Canada Day Road Rage Incident Ends with Nose Biting

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Kingston Police Headquarters

According to a release by Kingston Police, officers were called to the vicinity of Johnson Street and King Street during mid-afternoon of July 1st regarding a road rage incident.

Upon arrival, they were informed that a male individual had been crossing the road when a vehicle ran a red light. After being yelled at by the pedestrian, the driver exited the vehicle and attempted to begin a fight with him.

The driver then lunged at the man and bit him on the nose before jumping back into the vehicle and fleeing the scene.

Two days later, at about 6:45 in the evening, the 58 year old driver turned himself in at police headquarters where he was arrested and charged with assault. The man was later released on conditions with a future court date.

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