TWIN FALLS, Idaho (KLIX)-Two people suffered gunshot wounds as eight vehicles were hit by gunfire Wednesday morning during a shooting incident along the interstate in the Magic Valley. Idaho State Police said two people suffered non-life-threatening injuries when their vehicle was allegedly shot at by an individual from his pickup early April 6, on Interstate 84 in Jerome County. The two people were treated for gunshot wounds and later released from the hospital. ISP said after an initial investigation they've determined at least eight vehicles were hit by gunfire on Wednesday, two police cars and six personal vehicles however, there could be more. ISP arrested 34-year-old Braddley Tannehill, of Meridian, and charged him with felony aggravated assault and assault or battery on certain personnel. Troopers and other law enforcement responded to reports of shots fired on the interstate which resulted in a pursuit in the eastbound lanes until it reached the area of Hazelton where law enforcement was able to stop Tannehill's pickup with spike strips. Multiple law enforcement agencies assisted with the incident including the sheriff's offices of Jerome, Gooding, Cassia, and Twin Falls counties, and the Jerome and Kimberly police departments. ISP said there may be more people who witnessed the incident that has not spoken to law enforcement and asked that they call investigators at 208-846-7500.

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