- Associated Press - Friday, April 8, 2016

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) - Authorities say they have arrested a man suspected of firing a weapon during a road-rage dispute that prompted a lockdown at an Albuquerque elementary school.

No one was reported injured in the dispute Thursday that Bernalillo County Sheriff’s Deputy Felicia Romero says started when one vehicle cut off another near a busy intersection.

She said Friday that 28-year-old Vincent Lobato has been arrested on several charges, including shooting from a vehicle.

Authorities say a blue Nissan Pathfinder and a white Buick were linked to the dispute. Investigators are still looking for two people who were inside the Buick.

An elementary school nearby was placed on a lockdown, which was later lifted.

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