Fairfield police searching for Mercedes-driving man suspected in road rage incidents

Fairfield police are searching for a man accused in a string of local road rage incidents. Authorities say the man, who was driving a black

Police say the man could face breach of peace charges.

Police say the man could face breach of peace charges. (7/31/13)

FAIRFIELD - Fairfield police are searching for a man accused in a string of local road rage incidents.

Authorities say the man, who was driving a black Mercedes-Benz, threatened a woman who was putting her child onto a school bus earlier this month. They say he also blocked the road after he thought a woman was tailgating him back in June.

Fairfield Lt. James Perez says the suspect, in his 60s, could face breach of peace charges, which could land him behind bars.

Detectives also add that anyone who recognizes the man should try to get his license plate number and call them immediately.
 

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Fairfield Police Department : (203) 254-4800

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