Serious Road Rage Incident In Milton Leaves Man In Serious Condition

A 31-year-old Burlington man has been charged with aggravated assault following what police say was a road rage incident in Milton. Halton Police say officers received reports of a fight on Regional Road 25. An investigation revealed the accused and the victim got into a verbal altercation while both were driving and it escalated into a physical assault after the two vehicles eventually pulled over to the side of the road. Police say the victim was taken to hospital with serious injuries. The accused fled the scene but was captured a short time later.

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Here is the media release from Halton Police:

Male Arrested After Road Rage Incident in Milton

The Halton Regional Police Service has arrested one male in connection with a road rage incident that took place on June 12, 2019, in Milton.

At approximately 9:45 am, Halton Police officers responded to reports of a fight that had taken place on Regional Road 25, north of Lower Base Line, in Milton.

Investigation revealed the accused and victim got into a verbal altercation while both were operating motor vehicles. The two vehicles eventually pulled over to the side of the road and the verbal altercation escalated when the accused assaulted the victim. The victim incurred serious injuries as a result of the assault, and was transported to a local hospital.

Kyle Dulmage (31) of Burlington has been charged with:

Aggravated Assault

Dulmage was located and arrested a short time later after fleeing the scene.  Dulmage was held for a bail hearing on June 13, 2019.

Anyone with information regarding this incident is asked to contact 2 District Criminal Investigations Bureau, Detective Constable John McMullan at 905-825-4747 ext. 2217.

Tips can also be submitted to Crime Stoppers “See Something? Hear Something? Know Something? Contact Crime Stoppers” at 1-800-222-8477 (TIPS) or through the web at www.haltoncrimestoppers.ca.

Please be reminded that all persons charged with a criminal offence are presumed innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.

 

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Scott Fox and Kat Callaghan