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Man Dragged from RV and Attacked During Road Rage Incident

Three Oregonians are facing several charges after they reportedly became engaged in an incident involving road rage with another driver and ripped him out of his vehicle before attacking him.

Late in the morning on December 28, three people from Roseburg, Oregon, were driving locally in a Chevrolet Avalanche. A 54-year-old woman was behind the wheel, and she was carrying two male passengers, both aged 32. They reportedly came across someone driving an RV, and the woman allegedly slammed into it with her vehicle and tried to run it off the road.

The driver of the RV and the woman driving the Avalanche pulled to the side of the street and stopped their vehicles. The men in the Avalanche reportedly got out of the truck and entered the RV without permission. While inside, they allegedly put a rope around the driver’s neck and pulled him outside. One of the men allegedly continued binding the man with the rope, while the other reportedly took the RV and parked it down the road.

It was reported that people were nearby, and they called the police to report that they believed someone was being beaten in the street.

Officers went to the scene, and all three suspects were taken into custody and booked into the Douglas County Jail. The woman is facing preliminary charges of reckless driving, third-degree assault, and reckless endangering. The man accused of tying up the alleged victim in the street is expected to face charges of third-degree assault, second-degree kidnapping, strangulation, unlawful entry into a motor vehicle, menacing, unlawful use of a weapon, and parole violation. The man who allegedly moved the RV is suspected of third-degree assault, unauthorized use of a motor vehicle, strangulation, and unlawful entry into a motor vehicle.

If you or someone you love is suspected of a criminal offense, contact Orange County criminal defense lawyer Staycie R. Sena at (949) 477-8088 for a consultation now.

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