Two brothers from Missouri have been charged for the alleged shooting of a father during a road rage incident.

Joseph Marino, 24, and Nicholas Marino, 27, were arrested Monday after the alleged confrontation and shooting in St. Louis. According to a police report acquired by the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, the brothers were driving a Mitsubishi GTS when they pulled over to confront a driver taking down their license plate number around 3 p.m. local time. The driver was 46-year-old Scott Thomas, who was with his four children, ages 3 to 11.

The brothers allegedly pulled over to confront Thomas, both armed. Both reportedly pointed their guns at Thomas before Nicholas Marino allegedly shot him three times in the chest before driving off.

Thomas was rushed to a nearby hospital after the shooting for treatment. As of Wednesday morning, Thomas was still recovering from the shooting while his children were left unharmed.

The brothers were pulled over by St. Louis County Police shortly after the shooting while driving along the shoulder to pass traffic. They were then taken into custody, where Nicholas Marino reportedly admitted to shooting Thomas.

Nicholas Marino is facing charges of aggravated assault and armed criminal activity while Joseph Marino was charged with unlawful use of a weapon.

Both men were formally charged Tuesday and remain in police custody.

Nicholas Marino is being held on $75,000 bond and Joseph Marino is being held on $20,000 bond.

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