From The Trussville Tribune staff reports
IRONDALE — Irondale police have arrested a Fairfield man in connection to Tuesday’s interstate shooting that stretched for miles through Birmingham and Irondale and resulted in the injuries of two men.
The Tuesday night shooting began in Birmingham at the I-65 and I-20/59 exchange of Malfunction Junction and continued through Birmingham and Irondale, finally ending near the I-20/59 and I-459 interchange south of Trussville.
Irondale police on Thursday announced charges against 30-year-old Steve Ford Jr., Det. Sgt. Michael Mangina reported.
Irondale Police Sgt. Mark Meadows did not immediately return phone messages left for him on Thursday.
The gunfire began at Malfunction Junction – the 20/59 and I-65 interchange – and continued all the way to the 20/59 and I-459 interchange.
One of the men was taken to UAB Hospital for treatment of his gunshot wounds and the other refused treatment. Both victims are from the Anniston area.