Man Dragged Down Highway During Road Rage Incident in Georgia
An 18-year-old man was dragged by the neck in a headlock down a stretch of highway in Lawrenceville, Georgia, on June 6, during a road rage incident.
According to a police report from the Gwinnett County Police Department and video evidence from a dash-mounted camera in the teen’s truck, 36-year-old Emmitt Grubbs got out of his vehicle and approached the teen after a collision, punched him in the face through his open window, and then took the teen’s keys and got back into his own vehicle.
The teen told police that he ran after Grubbs to get his keys back.
He is seen carrying a baseball bat in the video, which he drops when Grubbs reaches out from his window.
Grubbs then pulls him into a headlock and accelerates down the road.
Police said the teen was able to free himself and walk back to his vehicle, uninjured.
A report from the AJC said Grubbs was arrested for “robbery, aggravated assault and aggressive driving.” Credit: GwinnettPD via Storyful