He left finger prints all over my hood and passenger window. There are also shoe prints from when he kicked my bumper. My girlfriend and I were in the car driving home at about midnight, when he swerved in front of my car and cut me off. I flashed my lights and he slammed on his brakes and I almost hit him. That pissed me off so I flashed my high beams again and honked. Dumb, but I was mad. He then slams his brakes and stops right in front of my car. He gets out, as his car rolls in gear, then jumps back in. I took off. I thought I got away, and then see headlights coming fast in rearview. He swerves in front of me and slams his brakes and I slams on mine. He gets out, his car in gear rolling, and comes toward me. I can't reverse cuz of the car behind me. He starts beating my hood and yelling. He comes to my girlfriends side and slams her window and I take off and exit. I call CHP. They already got a call. I have prints, description of suspect/car, but no plates. What can they do?
Probably the best play is get the cops to lift the fingerprints, and keep em on file in their system. If fingerprinting works like I think it does, it'll show matches to past or future cases involving the same guy, so it might be useful if he's ever accused of something more serious.
NEXT TIME... get his license plate! Not only that, a passenger should have been on their cell phone with 911 from the first moment the situation turned serious. That's their job! Just in case this thing turned much worse.
People drunk on rage don't think much on consequences, 'til they see a reminder that consequences exist. Seeing somebody on a cell phone could wake em up.
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