Davison man charged in road rage on I-75 in Bay County
by LaNia Coleman | The Bay City Times
Monday August 10, 2009, 9:29 PM
A Davison man faces a felonious assault charge after an alleged road rage incident in Bay County.
Christopher A. Horosko faces a 2 p.m. Tuesday, Aug. 18, preliminary hearing.
District Judge Scott Newcombe will decide whether the evidence provides probable cause for Horosko, 23, to face charges in Circuit Court.
Police allege Horosko was a passenger in a Chevrolet Impala about 3 p.m., June 13, when he pointed a handgun at the victim on southbound Interstate 75 near Beaver in Kawkawlin Township.
The victim claims he was traveling in the third lane when he pulled up behind the Impala.
He said the driver slammed on the brakes causing him to have to reactivate the cruise control, police said. The victim said he maneuvered his Cadillac into the middle lane.
As he passed the Impala, the passenger made an unkind gesture then pointed the weapon at him, police allege.
Officers in Buena Vista Township arrested Horosko and seized a loaded .357 Smith and Wesson, police claim. Horosko has a permit to carry the weapon.