Man With Road Rage Stops At State Police Barracks After Road Rage Incident and Smashes Windows
This article was published on: 03/9/20 3:28 PM by Mike Minarsky
ON March 8, 2020, at approximately 7:00 p.m., a Trooper assigned for the shift to work the 9-1-1 desk operations of the barracks heard a loud commotion coming from the parking area in front of the troop. The Trooper immediately exited the building and spoke with a 41-year-old Norwich man who was extremely agitated and uncooperative. The male informed the trooper he had been driving on I-395 northbound in Montville when he was involved in a road-rage incident. The male informed the trooper he had a photograph of the accused vehicle, however the picture was unclear and obscured with no registration plate showing.
The trooper informed the male that he would need to calm down before further investigative steps are taken. The male then proceeded to the smash and punch both front doors of the Troop E barracks. Upon a closer examination of the male, he was found to be under the influence of alcohol, and placed under arrest. The male provided a breath sample which was over the legal limit. The male was issued a $1,500 bond and was charged under with Operating Under the Influence and Criminal Mischief in the First Degree.
Picture Credit: Troop E Connecticut State Police