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Tesla driver’s ‘reign of terror’ comes to an end after he was seen smashing passing cars with a metal pipe: DA

An alleged serial motorist who committed road rage has faced repercussions in Los Angeles County.

Nathaniel Radimak is charged with four felony charges of assault with force that can result in serious bodily harm and threats from the perpetrator. news release from the Los Angeles County Attorney’s Office.

He is also accused of vandalism.

Radimak’s accusations are related to a series of rages on the road when the man drove out of Tesla and struck the cars of motorists with a metal rod, in some cases attacking them.

“The victims in this case were reasonably terrified of what they went through, but that terror ended today,” the Los Angeles County District Attorney said. George Gascon talked about the attacks.

“Motorists in Los Angeles should not live in fear of being attacked just by driving on the freeway.”

Is road rage becoming more common?

“Our office will continue to work with our law enforcement partners to determine if this individual has committed similar acts against people in Los Angeles County and elsewhere.”

During one of the attacks on the road, a man who prosecutors say is Radimak got out of his Tesla and viciously attacked the driver’s car with a pipe. KAVS-TV.

The serial highway robber, identified by prosecutors as Radimac, was nicknamed the “Tesla Terrorizer” by members of the community familiar with his behavior.

According to the Los Angeles County District Attorney’s office, Radimac already has a pending case in a similar road page incident.

He also faces criminal charges for possession with intent to sell a controlled substance in that earlier case in which authorities claim steroids were found in his car.

Radimak pleaded not guilty.

He is on $5.1 million bail following his arrest. California Highway Policeaccording to CBS News.

Prosecutors seek his continued detention due to the fact that he may escape due to a significant criminal history, as well as being a threat to society.

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