Road rage is typically directed at drivers who aren’t in the same vehicle.
Charles Joline III, 23, turned the status quo on its head, a car on its roof and put his girlfriend in the hospital.
Joline, of Delta, started arguing with his girlfriend, who was operating a car on Jan. 23 in Peach Bottom Township in York County, according to a PennLive report. He allegedly became so enraged that he pulled the emergency brake lever at a time when the car was traveling at 50 to 60 mph.
The decision caused the car to skid, roll over and hit a bank.
Joline was upset allegedly at his girlfriend for her refusal to drive him to Baltimore to buy drugs, according to the York Dispatch. The 18-year-old woman was taken to York hospital for treatment, and Joline crawled out of the car and ran away without helping her. The woman had to have staples put in her head for her injuries.
Joline was charged with felony aggravated assault, felony risking a catastrophe, misdemeanor simple assault and misdemeanor reckless endangerment. He was unable to post $30,000 bail.
Shawn Annarelli: 814-235-3928, @Shawn_Annarelli