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Metro Detroit police warn about drivers intimidating others on the road

Posted at 9:31 PM, Dec 19, 2017
and last updated 2017-12-19 22:18:30-05

Police say multiple victims were all behind the wheel when they were targeted with suspicious behavior on the roads. All of them managed to escape danger, and report the activity.

Huron Township Police say a gray colored Ford Focus was used to frighten a driver in at least one of three incidents.

Since December 14th, police in Sumpter and Huron townships have been informed of drivers being followed or boxed in. 

"It's a little scary. I live over here. My sister does and my mom does," says driver Tiana Lewis.

Police says a 22-year-old victim was followed by two vehicles near Martinsville Road. They used their hazards light and even threw a water bottle at her window.

"We just don't know their intentions. They could be harmless, goofing around or on the other end of the spectrum" says Huron Twp. Police Chief Everette Robbins.

Along with two women victimized, a man was also targeted on the same day on Willow Road.

Anyone with info about this is urged to call Huron Township police immediately.