A person was arrested on Monday after he threatened to kill one other man throughout a highway rage incident in Simi Valley.
Round 6 p.m., Simi Valley cops responded to reviews of a driver following one other driver after a hit-and-run incident. Officers positioned the suspect concerned, 77-year-old Joe Fisher of Simi Valley, and so they performed a visitors cease. Throughout the visitors cease, Fisher was detained after he exited his automobile and started charging the officers.
Authorities decided that Fisher and one other driver had been concerned in a highway rage incident within the parking zone of Albertsons on Madera Street. Police say Fisher backed his automotive up into the entrance of the opposite driver’s automotive after which drove away. Whereas the sufferer adopted him and contacted authorities, Fisher pulled his automotive subsequent to the sufferer’s and threatened to kill him.
Fisher was arrested for assault with a lethal weapon, prison threats, and resisting arrest. He was booked on the Ventura County important jail.
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