Charges to be Filed in Road Rage Incident

The two women involved in the reported road rage incident on Route 128 in Danvers on Friday, will be charged criminally for their involvement in the incident.

The 64-year-old woman from Beverly will be summoned for the following offenses;
1.            Assault & battery; and
2.            Disorderly conduct.

The 33-year-old woman from Gloucester will be summoned for the following offenses;
1.            Assault & battery on +60/disabled person with injury;
2.            Disorderly conduct;
3.            Reckless operation of a motor vehicle;
4.            Stopping on a state highway/parking; and
5.            Assault.

Both women will be summoned by the Salem District Court to appear at a future date. Additionally, an “immediate threat” has been filed with the Registry of Motor Vehicles (RMV) for both women. Both women will have to appear before the RMV to obtain an active status on their driver’s licenses.

No further information is currently available.  Please do not call the barracks directly.


To view the original release, click here.
Also note, we do not release identities of those summoned (they haven’t been arrested) until after they appear in court. Once they appear for their scheduled hearings, their identities can be obtained from the district court.