Woman calls police after feeling threatened by driver
A 33-year-old Clarks Hill, S.C., woman told North Augusta Public Safety that she felt threatened by another driver’s actions.
According to an incident report, the woman said that she and her sister were at the intersection of Seymour Drive and Old Edgefield Road about 8 a.m. March 21 when a man in a truck drove up behind her and began honking.
When the woman turned onto Old Edgefield Road heading toward Lecompte Avenue, the man began honking again and gesturing for her to get out of the way.
When she turned onto Lecompte Avenue, the man followed her to the Knox Avenue intersection, began honking again and showed a knife.
She told the officer that she heard the man scream “I’m going to kill you!”
As she called public safety, the man left the intersection and turned onto Knox Avenue. The woman followed the man long enough to get a license plate number, according to the report.
An officer went to the address the Department of Motor Vehicles had listed for the vehicle but was unable to locate the man.