Ex-reserve deputy found guilty in road rage shooting case; punishment phase underway

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A former reserve deputy was found guilty in a 2014 road rage shooting case. (KTRK)

A former Harris County reserve deputy has been found guilty in road rage shooting case in 2014. The punishment phase is now underway. Kenneth Caplan could face between two to 20 years in prison.

Caplan had a history of anger issues that raised serious questions about why he was even allowed to be in law enforcement in the first place.

Eyewitness News obtained records from Kenneth Caplan's Harris County personnel files.

EXCLUSIVE: 2 women involved in road rage incident

The road rage shooting on the South Loop left Lori Annab with a head injury. It happened in November 2014. Annab survived but still suffers seizures, says her attorney Steve Couch.

VIDEO: Full video of road rage incident in north Houston
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Full video of road rage incident in north Houston.

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A road rage incident in northwest Houston turned violent this morning, and the entire altercation was caught on camera.

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