The coach of a youth football team has been killed in an alleged street riot

GREENWOOD, Indiana (AP) — The founder of a youth soccer team was killed in a suspected street fight in a suburb of Indianapolis, authorities said Thursday.

Wednesday night’s shooting killed Richard Donnell Hamilton, 43, of Indianapolis, the Johnson County Coroner’s Office said.

Hamilton was the founder of the Indy Steelers youth football team in Indianapolis.

The shooting happened around 6:30 p.m. Wednesday on County Line Road near the Interstate 65 interchange. Hamilton was in the passenger seat of a pickup truck when a gunman opened fire from inside a car, Indiana state police said.

Hamilton was pronounced dead at the scene, police say.

No other injuries were reported.

Investigators believe the incident began as a “road rage encounter” on southbound I-65 just north of County Line Road, police said.

Police are looking for a silver or gray sedan car with tinted windows that the shots are believed to have been fired from. They are seeking additional information from witnesses who may have been in the area of ​​I-65 and County Line Road or on I-65 southbound near County Line Road between 6:15 p.m. and 6:30 p.m. Wednesday were on the way. asked again to call 317-899-8577. The coach of a youth football team has been killed in an alleged street riot

Dais Johnston

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