The woman was struck in the arm in the gunfire, during which Kenneth Davis Jr. shot at her car and then at bystanders after being cut off in 2021.

A Maserati driver who shot at a woman’s car and bystanders in Washington, D.C., after being cut off, was sentenced to over 32 years in prison on Monday, prosecutors announced.

On May 19, 2021, Kenneth Miles Davis Jr. fired at the woman’s car, hitting her in the arm, while her two children, aged 5 and 11, were inside, the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the District of Columbia stated.

A jury convicted Davis, 45, in January of assault with intent to kill while armed, assault with a dangerous weapon, and possession of a firearm during a crime of violence.

Davis’s lawyer, Marnitta L. King, said he plans to appeal, asserting his innocence.

The incident occurred around 5 p.m. when Davis, feeling cut off in traffic, exited his Maserati GranTurismo and fired into the woman’s car. Security video captured him shooting at the car as she drove away, then turning and firing at bystanders.

Davis discharged 13 rounds — six at the woman’s car and seven at bystanders. Only the woman was hit, while her 5-year-old child was injured by broken glass.

The woman identified Davis from a police photo lineup, stating “it was him” and “I’m positive, my heart is pounding,” according to a police affidavit.

In a letter to the judge, Davis claimed his innocence and argued he did not receive a fair trial.