A case of road rage in Lamoine resulted in a man allegedly firing shots at another vehicle.

Dimitry Dubrovsky, 27, of Bar Harbor faces charges of aggravated reckless conduct with a dangerous weapon in connection with the Tuesday incident.

Hancock County Sheriff's Lieutenant Tim Cote responded to a report of shots fired near 331 Douglas Highway in Lamoine at about 4 a.m.

After an investigation into the incident, police determined that the situation developed from a case of road rage involving four males in two separate vehicles. The details of the encounter have not been released, but the result was a man getting out of his vehicle and allegedly firing four rounds from his handgun, striking the front passenger side tire of the other vehicle.

Dubrovsky was later located and arrested, with assistance from the Maine Marine Patrol, without incident. Dubrovsky is being held pending his initial court appearance.

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