DELAWARE, Ohio (WDTN/AP) - Police say 1960s Ohio State football star Jim Stillwagon is charged in a shooting after a road rage incident that spanned about 14 miles.
Officers say the college football Hall of Famer fired a handgun at a pickup truck driver while riding a motorcycle Sunday north of Columbus. They say the vehicles then pulled into a parking area in Delaware and Stillwagon struck the other driver with the gun, causing it to fire a bullet that grazed the man's head.
The Columbus Dispatch identified the driver as 41-year-old Richard Mattingly. 2 NEWS has learned Mattingly, a Kettering man, checked himself out of the hospital.
We spoke with Mattingly earlier today and will bring you his side of the story tonight on 2 NEWS starting at 5 p.m.
The 63-year-old Stillwagon was jailed on a felonious assault charge, with bond set at $350,000 Monday.
Police say the altercation might have started when one driver cut off the other.
Court records didn't list an attorney for Stillwagon. A message was left at his home.
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