Connecticut Man Accused Of Throwing A Knife At Driver In Auburn

Knife Mass Road Rage

(Massachusetts State Police)

AUBURN, Mass. (WBZ NewsRadio) — Massachusetts State Police say a Connecticut man was arrested Sunday night after allegedly throwing a knife at another driver on I-90 in Auburn.

The road rage incident happened around 9 p.m., which police believe started when one car cut off another vehicle.

Police say it then "escalated to lights being flashed, gestures expressed, 'brake jobs,' until the suspect allegedly threw a pocket knife at the other driver.

The knife went through the car's open window, injuring both the driver and a passenger. The two sustained minor injuries.

The suspect, Joshua Garrey, was taken into police custody. He is now facing multiple charges, including two counts of assault and battery with a dangerous weapon.

Garrey was released on a $500 bail. He is set to be arraigned in Worcester District Court.

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