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Police: Downtown Johnson City road rage incident leads to charges; 3-year-old child was in victim's car

January 28th, 2012 7:15 pm by Staff Report

Police: Downtown Johnson City road rage incident leads to charges; 3-year-old child was in victim's car

Police arrested a 48-year-old woman Saturday after an alleged road rage incident in downtown Johnson City that included a 3-year-old child.
Leslie C. Rose, 1806 Galen Drive, was charged with two counts of reckless endangerment.
In a news release, police said Rose had been in a verbal argument with another driver at the intersection of South Roan Street and East State of Franklin Road.
Police said Rose struck the other driver's vehicle, nearly hitting the driver who was standing beside her vehicle. The 3-year-old child was inside the victim's vehicle at the time. Rose fled the scene before police got there.
Police served Rose a warrant for the reckless endangerment charges at the Washington County Detention Center after she was arrested on separate charges by the Washington County Sheriff's Office.
The county's charges included third offense DUI, third offense driving on a revoked license, violation of the open container law and violation of implied consent.
She remained jailed in the Detention Center on Saturday with a Sessions Court appearance set for Monday. Her bond on the city charges was $20,000.

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