An Asian American man sustained injuries all over his body from a road rage attack in New York City that saw him beaten for several minutes and ended only because he was able to flag a random police car driving by.
How it started: The victim, 28, was heading home from work around 9:40 p.m. on Sept. 13 when he rear-ended a Honda car on the Bronx River Parkway South. This led to a vicious road rage attack caught on dashcam video, the victim — a restaurant owner who has chosen to remain anonymous due to fears of retaliation toward him and his staff members — told NextShark.
Authorities arrested two suspects connected to the fatal shooting of a 6-year-old boy during a road rage incident on the 55 Freeway in Orange, Calif., last month.
Arrest: California Highway Patrol (CHP) arrested Marcus Anthony Eriz, 24, and Wynne Lee, 23, on Sunday at their home in Costa Mesa for the death of Aiden Leos, according to NBC Los Angeles.
On the morning of July 31, in Upland, California, an Asian man was reportedly verbally attacked and spit on by an unidentified White man during a road rage incident.
Randy Hung was shocked by the sudden and aggressive outburst from the unknown driver who stopped in the middle of a road and allegedly began shouting, “Go back to your f**king country.”
Fraser Milne, the suspect behind the “racially motivated” road rage attack against an Asian family near Auckland, New Zealand has been sentenced to two years and six months in prison.
Milne was sentenced on Friday in the Auckland High Court by Justice Sally Fitzgerald, according to Newshub.
Facing charges of attempted murder, a 61-year-old Hawaiian man showed up to trial wearing blackface on Monday because he felt the court was treating him “like a Black man.”
Oahu-native Mark Char was found guilty of attempted murder and assault in March following a triple stabbing on the H-1 Freeway back in 2016. He was recently sentenced to life in prison with the possibility of parole for second-degree attempted murder, and six years for a second-and third-degree assault.
A man identified on social media as Roy Zion, the perpetrator of at least two racially motivated road rage incidents in Long Beach, California, is reportedly no longer employed by Liberty Mutual Insurance.
Zion self-identified as an Auto Body Fraud Investigator on Twitter while putting Liberty Mutual Insurance as an associated company, indicating that it may be his place of employment.
The man behind the racist road rage incident in Long Beach, California has been identified and revealed to have had a previous encounter with another Asian man whom he tried to chase and fight.
This is the man that was in last week’s incident. We hope this public information is useful in aiding ongoing investigations to help maintain a safe and respectful community. pic.twitter.com/0t3PmuwI2R
A California man is asking the public’s help to identify a racist driver who attempted to assault him in an apparent case of road rage.
Robin Lim, posted dash cam footage of his encounter with the road rage driver as he was driving north on Orange Avenue after passing Spring Street in Long Beach, California.