Man Is Accused Of Running Drivers Off The Road

Authorities say a man has been accused of running drivers off the road in St. Charles County. According to authorities, the man has targeted innocent drivers on Missouri roads for months. Police have been receiving complaints from many people, all sharing a similar story. Police report there are 16 victims since February, from St. Charles County to Warren County. According to Police, the suspected was traveling on Highway T in a white Ford 350 pickup truck on July 5th. Police say the man forced three cars off the road that morning on the way to Washington. The police believe there are more victims that have not come forward. They also report that the suspect struck a car in December carrying four passengers. The four passengers were seriously injured after the car rolled over. The suspect has been detained and currently being held on five new charges of assault. The suspect has a record of DUI and assaulting a police officer with his car. Police are urging anyone who has been a victim of this suspect and has been run off the road to please contact the St. Charles County Police Department immediately.

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