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LATEST: The Marion County Sheriff’s Office confirmed on July 21 that the GPS tracking device belonged to Marion County Community Corrections.

INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) — Investigators believe an Indianapolis man who wore a prison’s GPS tracking device and drove a company vehicle killed a man in a road rage incident.

Dion Kimbrough, 22, faces preliminary charges of murder and possession of a handgun by a violent felon. He is accused of shot Eli Hickerson, 30, of Carthage while driving east on I-70 near Post Road on Monday night. Hickerson was a passenger in a red Ford Focus and died after being taken to a Hancock County medical center.

The driver of the vehicle with Hickerson described a white truck with three people inside and the word “Beaty” on the side driving erratically on I-465. He also said the van truck nearly collided with a black Dodge pickup truck and said he saw someone in the Dodge throw something at the van truck. He said the van truck was following them as they drove up I-70 from I-465. He said he saw the van driver point a gun through his window.

He helped police identify the company’s vehicle, showing officers a photo of the WE Beaty Inc. Facebook page. Police visited the company and believed the company logos matched the description of the witness. Officers spoke to the co-owner of the business, who helped officers identify people from his business who may have been driving in that area at the time. The co-owner told officers that Kimbrough was allegedly one of his drivers returning from Columbus and said Kimbrough had a GPS tracking device while on probation. The Marion County Probation Department verified that Kimbrough was in the area at the time of the shooting.

Two other company workers described a road rage incident involving Kimbrough while driving the box truck.

When speaking to police, Kimbrough denied having a gun, according to court documents.

Jail records online Kimbrough will appear in court on July 25.

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