- Associated Press - Friday, June 10, 2016

ARLINGTON, Va. (AP) - Police have arrested a man who they say bit a woman’s finger during a road rage incident in Arlington.

Local media outlets report that Wednesday evening, 36-year-old Markeater Holyroyd was driving in South Arlington with her son when 55-year-old Timothy Dubois shouted at her. He then allegedly threw something at her car, but Holyroyd kept driving.

When she stopped down the road, Arlington County police say Dubois came up to the driver’s side of her car and assaulted her. Holyroyd opened the door and attempted to push him away. Dubois continued attacking her and bit her finger, drawing blood.

A witness took a picture of Dubois’s license plate before he drove away.

Police arrested Dubois at his home on charges of malicious wounding, assault and battery and driving under the influence.

It’s unclear if Dubois has an attorney.



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