COUNCIL CHRONICLE – Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office recently detained a 59-year-old man who allegedly punched an 18-year-old female driver during a road-rage incident. The victim told the authorities that the enraged Ohio driver kept flipping her off in traffic before the assault.
Enraged Ohio Driver Attempted to Stop Teenager From Calling the Authorities
On the 15th of May, Montgomery County Sheriff’s deputies arrested 59-year-old Brent Clark following a road-rage incident.
Savannah Johnson, an 18-year-old Miamisburg resident, told the authorities that she was driving her younger brother home from day-care when she Clark in the mirror.
According to the teenager, Clark was driving very close to her, honking and flipping her off. After she stopped at a traffic light, Clark allegedly got out of his car and approached Johnson’s vehicle.
As the window was rolled down, Clark punched the teen several times while her younger brother called for help. According to the teen, Clark nearly strangled her while he attempted to remove her through the car’s window.
As the traffic light turned green, Johnson bolted and managed to contact the authorities.
The teenager said that the enraged Ohio driver followed her around in his car as she was trying to dial 911.
Before fleeing, Clark allegedly backed off his car, hitting Johnson’s vehicle.
Montgomery County deputies managed to identify Clark’s vehicle after reviewing Johnson’s phone picture.
The enraged Ohio driver was later arrested and charged with assault. Given Johnson’s testimony, the authorities could upgrade his charges to attempted murder.
After the incident, the teenager drove to the hospital. The ER doctors decided to keep her overnight for observations, as Johnson had a minor concussion.
The teenager says that she’ll need some physical therapy to get back on her feet. Although no one else was injured during the incident, Johnson still regrets the facts that her younger brother had to watch the entire scene.
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