A jury found a 36-year-old-man guilty in deadly conduct case stemming from road rage case in Harlingen on Thursday.
According to officials, Alejandro Caballero got angry after traffic dispute and then followed to the victim. Caballero came to a stop and pulled a gun on him in rush hour traffic.
A post from Cameron County District Attorney Luis V. Saenz states, the victim called police causing Caballero to flee the scene weaving in and out of traffic.
The 36-year-old claimed he never pointed the gun at the victim during trial. However, according to the release, the victim was able to accurately describe the handgun used.
Assistant District Attorneys Chuck Superville and Andre Benavides prosecuted for the State with assistance from Paralegal Alejandro Buentello. Harlingen Police investigated the case, said the release.