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ORLANDO, Fla. – A Central Florida man accused in four road rage-related shootings was arrested again Thursday on the same charge, authorities said.

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Emanuel Dandre Bullard, 19, of Orlando, posted bail Tuesday after being charged with four counts of aggravated assault with a firearm and four counts of shooting into an occupied vehicle, according to Orange County online court records.

Bullard now faces charges related to a fifth road rage shooting, WFTV-TV reported. Deputies with the Orange County Sheriff’s Office said the victim in the latest case saw Bullard during a news broadcast and then called and told detectives, “That’s the guy who shot at me,” the television station reported.

The latest arrest stems from a shooting in December 2021, the television station reported.

“Now he’s facing 10 felony charges and we are confident he won’t get out and cause more havoc in our community,” Sheriff John Mina said Thursday.

On Dec. 27, 2021, a woman reported that she changed lanes to avoid a rear-end crash when someone driving a 2014 black Mercedes C250 approached quickly from behind, according to an online criminal complaint. She said the vehicle pulled in front of hers and a man pointed a gun outside of the passenger window of the Mercedes and shot four times. All four shots missed.

On Jan. 21, 2022, a deputy heard gunshots and was flagged down by a different driver, according to an online criminal complaint. The victim stated a Mercedes was speeding and came up behind their car. The victim said they gave the vehicle a “brake check” when the Mercedes sped up next to the car and the drivers argued before shots were fired. The victim’s vehicle was struck several times, according to the complaint.

Four days later, a third person reported that while driving they almost struck a black Mercedes. The driver of the Mercedes began yelling at the victim, according to an online criminal complaint. When the victim attempted to pass the Mercedes, it sped up and the driver began shooting. The victim’s vehicle was struck six times, according to the affidavit.

The fourth incident occurred on Jan. 28. The driver of a pickup truck reported that someone in a black Mercedes followed them into a parking lot, the online criminal complaint stated. The suspect fired several shots at the truck and also hit another vehicle, according to the affidavit.

Bullard is being held without bond, the sheriff’s office said.