ROSEVILLE (WWJ) - Video shot by a witness led police to a suspect in an alleged road rage attack.
Steven Krenz, 34, was arraigned Monday afternoon on a charge of felonious assault in connection with the indent on an area freeway Friday night.
Roseville Police Chief James Berlin said the dispute began on I-696 near Mound Road and continued when Krenz and the other driver exited at 11 Mile Road, got out of their cars in a neighborhood and began to fight.
That's when Krenz allegedly pulled out a knife and stabbed the victim in the arms and hands.
"Someone came out of his home when they were first arguing, and everyone has got a cell camera today, and he actually videotaped the assault taking place," said Berlin.
The video showed the driver's license plate, which led investigators to Krenz's Roseville home.
Krenz remains held on a $50,000 cash or surety/10-percent bond.
The victim's name was not released.
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