Jul 24, 2015 11:40 AM
Road rage leads to knife threat in Manchester
MANCHESTER - A road rage incident ended with an arrest for a knife threat on Thursday.
A 51-year-old man from Manchester was driving on Harrison Street when he says he was nearly struck by a Ford Focus backing out of a Granite State Credit Union parking lot. The man honked his horn to alert Adam Lewandonski, the driver of the Ford, of his near miss. Lewandonski gave a rude hand gesture, which Serrano returned.
The incident wasn't over. When Serrano stopped at a sign on Pine Street, he noticed Lewandonski was stopped behind him. Lewandonski allegedly got out of his car, approached Serrano, took out a knife and threatened to kill him. Lewandonski then got back in his car and drove away.
Police caught up with Lewandonski and charged him with criminal threatening. The knife is in evidence. Lewandonski is out on bail with a court date for Aug. 27.