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Sudbury police investigate second road rage incident

This one took place Aug. 9 in the South End; police looking for video recording
Greater Sudbury Police said Monday they are looking into a road rage incident in the South End that took place Aug. 9. (file)

After a dash cam caught a shocking road rage incident from Aug. 5 on Marcus Drive, Greater Sudbury Police said Monday they are looking into a similar incident in the South End.

“We are requesting the public’s assistance to locate an individual who witnessed a road rage incident on Friday, Aug. 9, 2019, around 1:20 p.m. in the parking lot of the L.C.B.O. located at 2400 Long Lake Rd.,” police said in a news release.

“We have been provided with information that suggests an individual may have filmed the incident in question involving a Black Ford SUV and a Dark Grey Dodge Ram pickup truck being driven by a man in his 50s with salt and pepper hair, as well as, a goatee and moustache.”

Anyone who witnessed or captured the incident on film is asked to contact Const. Weber at at 705-675-9171 ext. 7798710, or via email at

“We would like to remind community members that when faced with an aggressive driver, please do not engage in behaviour that may escalate the situation (honking, hand gestures, verbal cues, pumping the brakes, etc.) and continue to focus on driving your vehicle in a safe manner,” the release said.

“If you are approached by an aggressive driver, lock yours doors, roll up your windows and if you require assistance, contact police.”