A motorcycle being chased by a Ford Fusion rides against traffic to evade a road raged driver. The car’s driver is clearly videotaping the incident as well, although it is pretty clear that he is the aggressor at this point. So far, the driver’s video has not surfaced but if it does it would be interesting to see the other perspective.
The video below shows how the incident started. The motorcycle pulls between two cars waiting for a traffic light. This is perfectly legal. The car on the motorcycle’s right side takes off first very quickly. The automobile stays in it’s lane but may have come close to the line. It appears the motorcycle did the same. They appeared to be racing after the traffic light turned green. Both vehicles had their own lane. It didn’t seem like there should have been an issue. The auto does appear to cut off the motorcycle at some point but it is unclear if the bike initially cut off the car. At the next red light the car blatantly cuts in front of the bike. The bike proceed to go between the lines of cars waiting for the light. The car moves beyond the far right lane, drives around all the vehicles, and diagonally pulls in front of all the cars to await the man on the bike. The man on the bike gives the driver the middle finger and proceeds to ride directly towards him. They exchange words. The driver opens his door. The motorcyclist appears to kick the side mirror. The chase is on.
Rone Gonzalez, 23, is riding the motorcycle in the video and is charged with reckless driving(misdemeanor in Florida). He bonded out of jail Thursday morning.
Kristiian Rosa, 30, the driver of the car, is charged with felony Aggravated Assault with a motor vehicle along with misdemeanor reckless driving. He received a combined $8,000 bond but remained behind bars early Thursday.
According to a criminal defense lawyer website.
Aggravated assault is usually a felony punishable by approximately one to twenty years in prison, depending on the specific provisions of each state’s sentencing statute or sentencing guidelines. Normally, the judge has some discretion on the length of the sentence and whether to allow the defendant to serve any portion of the sentence on probation rather than in prison.
How it all started:
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