Driver Issued 12 Summonses After Road Rage Incident in Brick

A driver was issues 12 summonses following a road rage incident in Brick, police say.

On May 12, Street Crimes Unit (SCU) detectives were traveling in an unmarked vehicle in the area of Rt 88 and Post Road when they observed a road rage incident.

They observed a vehicle stopped in the roadway obstructing traffic and creating a danger to other motorists while they engaged in a verbal argument with another motorist. During the incident the suspect, Jonathan Weydig, began to exit his vehicle in the roadway as detectives attempted to pull him over. Weydig acknowledged their presence as police officers as they advised him to pull over into a safe location. Weydig entered his vehicle and fled the scene.

Officers observed multiple motor vehicle violations as he attempted to elude officers. Several hours later, officers were able to locate Weydig through investigative measures.

Jonathan Weydig, 24 years of age from Point Pleasant, was arrested with the assistance of the Point Pleasant Borough Police Department.

Weydig had six outstanding warrants and was charged with eluding officers, obstruction and hindering apprehension. Weydig was also issued 12 motor vehicle summonses and was transported to Ocean County Jail.

“The Brick Township Police Department would like to remind motorists not to engage in road rage incidents,” police said. “Please report aggressive drivers to the police department at 732-262-1100.”

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