Woman Dead After Possible Road Rage in Fairfax County Identified

Police say something violent happened to the 21-year-old woman after she got out of her car

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    A mother speaks out after her daughter is killed on the side of the road. Police are investigating to determine if it was a case of road rage. Darcy Spencer reports (Published Sunday, May 6, 2012)

    A woman who died after a possible road rage incident in Fairfax County, Va., has been identified.

    Police say Shelinda Delores Arrington, 21, got into a confrontation Friday morning with someone in a black Chevrolet SUV in the 7100 block of Harrison Lane in Hybla Valley.  After she got out of her car something violent happened that caused her death, according to investigators.

    Woman Dies in Apparent Road Rage Encounter

    [DC] Woman Dies in Apparent Road Rage Encounter
    Police say a 21-year old Fairfax County woman is dead, the apparent victim of road rage. News4's Pat Collins reports. (Published Friday, May 4, 2012)

    “It’s possible she was struck by the other car,” Fairfax County police Officer Bud Walker said. “It’s possible she was struck by another person. Those are the questions that our detectives are looking in to.”

    The black SUV did not remain at the scene. Police have interviewed a man driving another SUV who pulled over at the scene. Investigators spent hours working the scene.

    Detectives are asking for the public's help to be on the lookout for a dark colored SUV with unknown, temporary tags. The vehicle may or may not be a a Chevrolet, investigators say.