Police say it may have been a case of “road rage”
The eyes of the cycling world are on Sunset Hills Mayor Mark Furrer as pressure mounts for him to resign after he was charged last week with two felonies for allegedly running a cyclist off the road with his car.
The mayor of Sunset Hills faces two felony charges in connection with the alleged sideswiping of a man on a bicycle in broad daylight.
Mayor Mark Furrer was accused of running a cyclist off the road in late July.
Sunset Hills police have asked county police to take over the investigation of their boss, Mayor Mark Furrer, who is accused of smacking a cyclist off his bike in an act of road rage.
One car bumped into another in a shopping center parking lot, and the driver was then chased by the family in that car.
A northwest Missouri man with more than 35 prior traffic convictions in Kansas and Missouri has been sentenced to 20 years in prison in connection with a 2010 road rage incident.
A jury convicted 33-year-old John LaDaniel Dailey of 1st-degree murder in the shooting death of 19-year-old Christopher Walton-Jones.
43-year-old Darvin Wallace of St. Louis followed a truck as it exited the interstate, got out with a hammer and began striking the truck.
Police say it started when one man felt he was cut off by a work van on I-70 in north St. Louis.