Holding his bleeding face moments after being shot, a moving truck driver leaned on his co-workers as he waited for paramedics. The three men were on their way to deliver furniture in the Redland when another box-truck ran a stop sign. A harmless honk of the horn got the moving crew into trouble. "He didn't stop, so my friend honked the truck and the other guy stopped the truck and started screaming," said Jeffrey Mesa who witnessed the shooting unfold. Mesa says he and his crew tried to drive away, but the suspect truck followed them and then beat them to the next intersection and took aim.