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Commute Time Road Rage

by Bobby Blair
February 28, 2013

Police were called at 5 p.m. Thursday for an apparent case of road rage in front of 917 Washington Street.

The incident involved a car and a tractor trailer car carrier. One woman was arrested for assault on a police officer. Two juveniles were brought to the station to await a ride home. The car involved in the incident was towed.

 

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