Priest Pulls a Gun Out During Florida Road Rage Incident

Priest arrested in Florida road rage incident after pulling out gun

William Rian Adams, 35, was arrested in connection with a road rage incident on Florida’s Turnpike near Palm City Wednesday after pulling out a gun, according to the Florida Highway Patrol.

According to an FHP report, Adams — a priest at Calvary Episcopal Church in Fletcher, N.C. — was driving a red Chevrolet Corvette when he “attempted to brake-check” another vehicle, a Chevrolet Silverado pick-up truck, that was closely following his Corvette.

“As the victim attempted to pass the Corvette, the driver [Adams] pointed a semi-automatic hand gun at them,” read the report. Full Story ⤳

Florida man attacks driver with baseball bat during road rage incident

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HIALEAH, FL – A man caught on cellphone video fighting with another driver in the middle of a busy Hialeah roadway, Friday evening, is facing a serious charge for the road rage incident, but he said there’s more to the story than the footage suggests.

Meanwhile, the other man involved in the skirmish said he merely acted out of fear for his life.

According to Hialeah Police, the incident took place along the 1200 block of 49th Street, at around 6 p.m.

The cellphone video shows 24-year-old Hector Herrera striking 50-year-old Jairo Linarte with a baseball bat. Both men are then seen grappling for the bat, and then Linarte is seen grabbing it from Herrera’s hands.

The men continued to exchange blows as they moved across traffic lanes, causing motorists to swerve in order to avoid hitting them.

In the end, Herrera would be charged with aggravated battery with a deadly weapon.

The 24-year-old, however, said the charge does not reflect what happened. “I just want to say that I am not an aggressive person,” he said. “My intention was not to hit him with the bat or nothing like that.” Full Story ⤳

More road rage gun violence in Florida than any other state

TAMPA (FOX 13) – More people are using guns to solve disagreements on the road, and more of those incidents happen in Florida than any other state, according to a new study.

The Trace, an independent nonprofit, news organization reviewed data collected by the Gun Violence Archive between 2014 and 2016. The study found the number of road rage cases reported climbed nationwide with more cases reported in Florida than any other state. The numbers outpaced California and Texas. Road rage assault reports more than doubled in Florida during the same time period.

Law enforcement agencies have been taking steps to improve safety on Florida roadways through safety campaigns and ticketing blitzes. The efforts target aggressive driving before aggressive driving leads to violence.
More road rage gun violence in Florida than any other state, new study says

Road rage cases have made headlines in Tampa Bay in recent years.

In March, Police say road rage landed a USF football player in trouble with the law. In a separate case, deputies arrested a man accused of pointing a gun at a car carrying two children when the vehicle drifted into his lane. In May 2016, a brawl on the road between bikers and an an SUV driver ended with a motorcyclist shot.

According to The Trace, 1.7 million people in Florida have valid concealed weapons or firearms permits. The number increased from 1.3 million valid concealed weapons or firearm permit holders in 2015.

Source: fox35orlando.com

Florida Man defensively parks his gigantic truck on top of road-raging Camry

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An 18-year-old Florida Man said he backed his Ford F-150 onto a Toyota Camry on Wednesday afternoon following a road rage incident in order to protect his girlfriend and an 11-month-old who was in the pickup truck, police said.

According to an arrest affidavit, Adalberto Aponte, 53, said he got into a verbal disturbance that ended when Zach Waring placed his pickup truck into reverse and backed up onto Aponte’s Camry.

Waring told police that Aponte had been driving recklessly since he appeared behind Waring’s truck. Waring said Aponte almost caused multiple crashes, and when he reached a red light at the intersection of Southwest 42nd Street and Southwest 27th Avenue, Aponte got out of his Camry, walked directly to Waring’s open driver’s window and “began to strike him in the face through the window multiple times,” police said.

The victim’s girlfriend yelled that there was a gun in the truck when Waring was unable to stop Aponte from punching him, a report states. There wasn’t a gun in the pickup truck, police said.

According to the report, Aponte said, “I’ll show you a real gun.” Full Story ⤳

Woman exhibits road rage in a unique Florida fashion

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Uttering her contempt by grabbing her breasts and throwing her middle fingers in the air, this Florida woman performs her ritual road-rage dance in front of this dash cam:

Her male counterpart rammed into their vehicle while this white trash yee-haw redneck slut steps out to do her silly taunting. She also punched the victim’s side mirror and spat on the car.

Our graceful creature uttered to our camera-wielding victims, “I’ll sue you for taking my mother-f***in’ picture, hoe.” Thank you Florida education system, for producing humans with such eloquent lyrics.

I’m just surprised nobody got shot. Florida is number one in the country for gun ownership, not even per capita, but the highest number of guns period, even higher than Texas. This glorious “gunshine state” also boasts the lowest funding in the nation for mental health care. So when you do the math, you will find that Florida contains a bunch of insane people running around with guns.

And of course these uneducated monkeys are driving a gigantic gas-guzzling ‘Murica vehicle, because people in Florida are useless consumers who have no thoughts of their own.

Reinforcing the “white people can’t dance” stereotype, here is a lovely screenshot of the action:

Dancing Florida Woman utters her contempt by making a fool of herself