Wednesday, December 26, 2012
His attorney previously said the alleged victim was the aggressor in the incident.
Officials have opted to dismiss the case against a Woodbury man accused of wielding a knife in a road rage incident. William Terence Bice, 27, was cleared of the felony charge in the “interests of justice,” according to a letter from the county attorney’s office provided to Patch by the defendant’s attorney. He was accused of threatening another man in a parking lot at the 7400 block of Currell Boulevard in Woodbury. His attorney, Murad M. Mohammad, of Mohammad, Schiks & Jaafar, has said the alleged victim was the aggressor in the incident, which happened in late January 2012. Like Patch on Facebook | Follow us on Twitter | Sign up for our free newsletter
Wednesday, December 5, 2012
The altercation occurred near Panda Express in January.
Update: 1:52 p.m., Wednesday, Dec. 26 The case has been dismissed. Update: 3:06 p.m., Thursday, Dec. 5 Bice’s attorney, Murad M. Mohammad of Mohammad, Schiks & Jaafar, said the alleged victim “played a substantial part in the incident” and was the aggressor by tailgating Bice and following him to the parking lot. Mohammad also said the alleged victim had a similar run-in with a Woodbury police officer a short time after the January incident. “It’s easy to look at one side of a story,” Mohammad said, but the backstory is often more telling. Updated from: A Woodbury man faces a felony charge after he allegedly pulled a knife following a January road rage incident. William Terence Bice, 27, allegedly put one hand around the neck of a man and …
Friday, January 27, 2012
The man was booked at the Washington County Jail for fifth-degree assault.
A road rage incident on Jan. 23 ended with an Afton man pulling a knife on a man from Woodbury. The incident happened at about 12:15 p.m. when two motorists were swearing at each other on the roads and ended up in a parking lot at the 7400 block of Currell Boulevard, according to a police report. The two were exchanging expletives and the Afton man stood at the door of the Woodbury man’s car and kicked it when he tried to exit. When he eventually got out of the car, the Afton man grabbed him and brandished a knife, according to the report. Witnesses told them to break it up and they did, with the Afton man closing the blade. The Afton man, who was located a nearby business, admitted to pulling the knife and was booked at the Washington …