Three cases of weekend road rage in Stafford
The Stafford Sheriff’s Office reports three cases of road rage on Saturday:
At 11:31 a.m. Deputy R.J. Kemp responded to the area of Centreport Parkway and Ramoth Church for a call of a road rage. The victim advised he was tailgated by a tan Chevy Cruz. The driver of the Cruz passed the victim, and in the process, threw a Coca-Cola bottle at the victim’s vehicle. The victim’s windshield was cracked as a result. The suspect driver was described as a black male with short hair and a scraggly beard.
Next, at 7:18 p.m. Deputy J.A. Brooks also responded to a call of a road rage incident, this time on Butler Road. The victim advised while he was attempting to merge onto Warrenton Road, the driver of a black Nissan Altima began yelling at him. The driver of the Altima displayed a pink taser and made threats to shoot the victim. The suspect driver was described as a white female with red hair.
Finally, at 8:42 p.m. Deputy C.R. Newman also responded to a call of a road rage incident, this time at Weis, located at 50 Foreston Woods Drive. The victim advised as he was pulling out of his parking space, a white Ford SUV cut him off and proceeded to park in the Fire Lane. When the victim confronted the suspect, the suspect advised “watch what you say next time” as he pointed a firearm at the victim. The suspect then quickly fled in his vehicle. Luckily, the suspect was within the store earlier and was captured on camera.
Photo courtesy Stafford Sheriff’s Office
If you have any information on any of these random road rage incidents, please contact the Sheriff’s Office at 540-658-4400.