Nashville-Davidson, Tennessee 2021-07-29 08:12:56 –
Nashville, Tennessee (WKRN) —Metropolitan police arrested a woman suspected of attacking another driver with “big pliers” after a road rage incident outside the metro center’s subway earlier this year. ..
Metro police responded on April 29 to a collision between two vehicles in the parking lot of a restaurant in Rosa L. Parks Boulevard, Athens Way.
The warrant states that 24-year-old Zantele Aberleson was pulled in front of another driver involved to block him and then tried to get out of her car and open his door.
Police reported that Burleson was unable to open the victim’s door, so she returned to the car and got out of the car.
The detective said Burleson returned immediately and got out of the car with a “big plier” in his hand.
According to police, she used pliers to rupture the driver’s side window of the victim’s car, shatter the glass, and inflict cuts on her face and arms.
The victim reportedly threw pliers at the victim’s car and then drove away.
The warrant states that the victim could video-record the entire incident and allow police to identify the attacker based on a temporary tag displayed on the car.
Burleson was arrested Wednesday on charges of deadly weapons and assault by vandalism. Her deposit was set at $ 10,000.
Burleson’s reserved photo was not immediately released by law enforcement.
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