Nashua Man Charged in Road Rage Case
Merrimack police arrest Nashua man Sept. 24 after warrant issued.
Merrimack police have arrested a Nashua man in a road rage case, which allegedly occurred Sept. 12 on Camp Sargent Road.
Police identified the man as Chad Casey, 41, of 1 Beauview Ave., Nashua.
He turned himself into the police station Monday to face charges of reckless driving and disorderly conduct.
He has an Oct. 1 court hearing in the case.
According to Merrimack police, the incident began on Greeley Street, where the drive allegedly was cut off by another driver. Police say Casey followed the other drive on Camp Sargent Road, where he later passed the vehicle over a double yellow line and then stopped his vehicle suddenly in front of the other vehicle. He then got out of the car and threw an ice cream cone at the other driver, police said.