Sioux Falls Police Seek Suspect in Possible Road Rage
A incident of possible road rage is under investigation and Sioux Falls Police are looking for a suspect. Police say it also could be called disorderly conduct or intentional damage to property.
Lieutenant Loren McManus says four juvenile males told officers they were in a vehicle that was northbound on Louise Avenue around 5pm Monday when an adult male, as they put it, "looked at them strangely."
McManus says things went downhill from there and culminated at a stoplight at Interstate 229 and Louise, when the adult male got out of his vehicle.
He says the man came up and confronted the juveniles, who had locked the doors to their car.
The man tugged on the handle of a back door and broke it out, but the light turned green and the juveniles drove away.
McManus says they got a license plate number for the man's car, but so far police have not been able to verify who was driving it at the time.
The adult driver was described as a white male, possibly in his 50s, six-feet-two with a stocky build.
The other driver was 15 years old, and all of his passengers were juvenile males.