Have you see him? Man stopped truck driver in middle of I-45 North, threw punch in north Harris County road rage incident

HOUSTON – Deputy constables with Harris County Precinct 5 need help identifying an “out-of-control” driver who reportedly stopped a truck driver in the middle of a busy highway and assaulted him.

Authorities said the road rage incident happened on Oct.

15 on I-45 North Freeway and Kuykendahl Road in north Harris County.

Dashcam footage from the truck driver caught the suspect driving a silver Saturn SUV. The vehicle swerved right in front of the truck and made a sudden stop in the middle of the highway. As the suspect got out the vehicle, he opened the driver’s door and threw a punch at him.

Anyone with information on the suspect is asked to send an online tip through the Pct.

5 website here.

WANTED WEDNESDAY: Out-Of-Control Driver Constable Ted Heap is asking for your help identifying a road rage suspect who stopped in the middle of a busy freeway and took a swing at a delivery driver last week. The assault occurred on the afternoon of Friday, October 15, on the North Freeway near Kuykendahl. The suspect, a white male wearing a white t-shirt and blue jeans and driving a silver Saturn SUV, swerves in front of the victim’s truck and comes to a complete stop in moving traffic.

The suspect gets out of his own vehicle, opens the delivery truck’s door and strikes the victim in the face.

If you recognize this suspect or have any information which may help with the investigation of this crime, Constable Heap asks you to contact Corporal Kelvin Hanks ([email protected]) or let us know through our online crime tips webpage: https://constablepct5.com/index.php/online-crime-tips/ Constable Heap offers these tips if you are involved in a road rage incident: o If you encounter an aggressive driver, don’t respond. o Avoid eye contact. o Don’t respond to aggression with aggression. o Avoid offensive hand gestures. o Don’t honk your horn. o If you’re being followed or if an enraged driver points a gun at you, call 911 and provide a detailed description of the vehicle and the driver. #constabletedheap #yourconstable Connect with Precinct 5 here: Facebook: Ted Heap, Harris County Constable Precinct 5 Instagram: Ted.Heap.Constable Twitter: @HCpct5

Posted by Ted Heap, Harris County Constable Precinct 5 on Wednesday, October 20, 2021