TSA Issues Warning To US Truckers On Terrorist Ramming Attacks

Oregon State Police are asking for help in locating a suspect who opened fire on a semi truck on I-84 on Friday.

The December 9 shooting took place been 1:15 and 1:30 p.m. on eastbound I-84 about 12 miles north of Ontario at mile marker 362.

The truck driver reported that a motorist pulled up next to the truck and fired three rounds into its side.

No injuries were reported.

Oregon police say that the suspect was described as a white male in his thirties with a dark beard and mustache. He is believed to be driving a new silver Chrysler with an Idaho license plate with “1A” on it.

If you know anything about the shooting or the suspect, you’re asked to call contact OSP Trooper Ryan Mills at (541) 889-6469 or the OSP Southern Command Center at (541) 664-4600.

Idaho Statesman

Ashley Neely has been a lead content creator and social media manager with CDLLife since 2015. Her passion? Helping the men and women in the trucking industry get the news they need and the respect that they deserve.