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Texas A&M student charged in road rage shooting

HARRIS COUNTY – A 22-year-old college student has been arrested and charged after a road rage shooting left an 11-year-old girl with significant injuries.

Investigators with the Harris County Violent Crimes and Major Offender’s Unit arrested Max Meyers Tuesday. He is being held on a $115,000 bond.

According to the Harris County Sheriff’s Office, the girl was traveling with her friends and family on the Grand Parkway at SH-249 on March 27.

As the vehicle was entering the SH-99 entrance, Meyers allegedly fired two gunshots in the direction of the vehicle from his Ford F150, according to deputies.

The 11-year-old girl was struck in the hip and abdomen. The girl was transported to a nearby hospital and was eventually transferred to Memorial Hermann due to the severity of her injuries.

Max Meyers | Harris County Sheriff’s Office

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