Road rage video results in assault charge
Road rage video results in assault
Friday, 20 December 2013 -
A 19-year-old female seen in a road
rage video posted to Facebook has been charged with
The assault against a victim who is yet to come
forward to Police occurred on Sunday 15 December on the Ewen
Bridge in Lower Hutt at around 4.30pm.
The female spoke
with Upper Hutt Police on Tuesday after the video appeared
online on Sunday.
Senior Sergeant Carolyn McKenzie
says "Police would like to speak to the female victim and a
witness that was with her and encourage them to get in
"The video serves as a useful reminder that
people need to keep their cool out on the roads this summer.
Brandishing a weapon and assaulting someone is not
acceptable and Police will pursue charges".
19-year-old female will appear in Hutt Valley District Court
on 28 January
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