By Bree Sison, WBZ-TV

DOVER, N.H. (CBS) – A man has been arrested in connection with a road rage incident that happened on the Spaulding Turnpike in New Hampshire a month ago.

Police say 42-year-old Roderick Woodward used a BB gun to shoot out the back window of a white Ford SUV back on March 29th.

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Roderick Woodward (Photo Credit: New Hampshire State Police)

The Ford, driven by Sandra Poteet, was carrying three children. The glass shattered all over the kids, but none of them were hurt, just frightened.

“All I heard was the explosion and I didn’t realize what it was. When I realized what had happened I was upset,” said Poteet.

New Hampshire State Troopers didn’t lay out exactly how they tracked Woodward down and didn’t give a motive for the shooting. Poteet has her own theory.

“He was driving all over the place and I ended up getting in front of him. At Exit 7 he shot my window out I guess because he was just mad [that I passed him],” she said.

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Poteet says it happened just before 6 p.m. that evening. She first noticed the suspect’s truck driving erratically at a toll booth several miles before the exit.

It took a month for troopers to catch up with Woodward. Now he faces felony charges of Reckless Conduct and Criminal Mischief.

“[The arrest] does make me feel a whole lot better. I’m glad that he got caught because he could have hurt somebody,” said Poteet.

Woodward’s arraignment is set for June 26 in Dover District Court.

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Anyone with more information about the incident is asked to call New Hampshire State Troopers.