Danbury Police: Man With Road Rage Wields Baseball Bat
The Danbury Police Department is searching for answers after a scary road rage incident was reported on Monday (September 12).
The DPD says that officers responded to the intersection at Deer Hill Avenue and Wooster Street after a complaint made by a female driver at around 2:30 Monday afternoon. According to the female, she saw a black BMW driving erratically, then pulled up alongside her car at the traffic light in the intersection. She told the officers that when the BMW pulled up, words were exchanged until the male driver came out of the car toting a baseball bat.
The female claims that the man opened the door and grabbed her arm as she was attempting to dial 9-1-1. The man allegedly smashed one of her taillights with the bat before taking off in his car.
The man in question was described as a dark skinned male who is about 21 to 25-years-old with a thin build and a crew cut. He was said to be wearing a black t-shirt with black sweatpants.
Anyone who has information on the incident or the man in question is asked to call Danbury Police Officer Tom Connors at 203-797-4611 ext. 564.