Police are looking for a man accused of shooting another driver at a Taco Bell drive-thru line in Santa Rosa following a dispute, California police say.

Associated press kit

A man accused of shooting another driver at a Taco Bell drive-thru line following an argument remains at large with Santa Rosa police, according to California authorities.

Police are looking for Brad James Adams, 27, of Santa Rosa in connection with the shooting at 12:30 a.m. Wednesday, May 4, officers wrote in a news release.

Adams argued with another driver behind him in the Taco Bell drive-thru line and brandished a gun, police said.

He is accused of retiring from driving, then shooting the 22-year-old man, who was still in his vehicle, and driving away at full speed, the statement said.

The injured man called 911 from the drive-thru line to report he had been shot, police said. He was seriously injured but should survive.

Officers then found the white 2005 F-150 pickup truck Adams was driving in a nearby parking lot, but he was not there, the statement said. They found a handgun inside.

Police said they also searched his home but did not find Adams.

A $2,500 reward was offered by the Sonoma County Alliance Community Engagement and Safety Rewards Fund for information leading to his arrest.

Adams faces a charge of attempted homicide, police said.

They ask anyone with information to call 707-528-5222 or 707-543-3590. Tips can also be left at https://www.srcity.org/CrimeTips.

Police warn that Adams is considered armed and dangerous.

Don Sweeney has been a journalist and editor in California for over 25 years. He has been a real-time reporter based at The Sacramento Bee since 2016.


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