Former Ohio State Football Great Indicted In Road Rage Shooting


UPDATED: Friday February 1, 2013 10:45 AM

A grand jury has indicted former Ohio State football star James Stillwagon for a shooting out of a road rage incident.

Stillwagon was indicted on four counts of felonious assault for allegedly firing several rounds at another man's truck during an incident on Sept. 30.

Police said that the conflict spanned 14 miles and ended in a parking lot off William Street at U.S. Route 23 in Delaware.

Authorities said Stillwagon fired shots at the victim. Several bullets were found lodged in the victim's truck, and one reportedly grazed the victim's head.

An arraignment is scheduled for Feb. 4.

As a player with Ohio State, Stillwagon was the first man to win the Lombardi Trophy.

Stillwagon remains free on bond.

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