Norman police searching for three suspects in road rage brawl

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NORMAN, Okla. – Police said road rage led to a fight at a busy intersection in Norman and charges being filed against three men.

It was on Sunday around 4 p.m. when a driver witnessed something out-of-place at the intersection of Interstate Dr. and Robinson.

“The victim had noticed there was a truck full of teenagers that were yelling obscenities and trying to get the attention of a woman that was driving a Camaro,” Sarah Jensen, Norman public information officer, said.

The victim claims the men were getting ready to attack the woman in the Camaro, so he started honking.

“He laid on his horn, the young woman turned and actually got out of the situation, but the boys kind of turned their focus to him,” Jensen said.

Both vehicles continued east on Robinson towards 24th, when the light turned red.

The victim heard something hit his truck, got out and was met by a suspect who started throwing punches.

Then, a second suspect allegedly started to hit him in the head with a small baseball bat.

Eventually, the victim was able to get away, but the suspects took off.

Police are asking for your help to find them.

On Thursday, arrest warrants were issued for 18-year-old Jacob Shane Annesley, 21-year-old Justice Cain Harris and 20-year-old Aaron Christopher Rhodes.

Each faces one count of assault and battery with a dangerous weapon.

“We would always advise people to lock their doors, roll up their windows. If they’re stuck in the middle of traffic, lay on their horn, try to draw attention to the situation,” Jensen said.

The suspect’s truck is described as a 1997-2000 model Ford F-150 with damage to the passenger side.

If you know anything about these suspects, you’re asked to call Norman police.

This report was created before the suspects’ names were released.

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