Officials with the Baltimore County Police Department shared Tuesday that two men have been arrested in a November road rage incident that resulted in a fight between a woman's two sons and four others.
Aaron Tyler Watts, 23, of the 9000 block of Hamor Road turned himself in at Precinct 3/Franklin on January 3. He is charged with three counts of second degree assault and was released after posting $15,000 bail.
The arrest warrant for Dwayne Harvey has been served and he has been released on $25,000 bail.
Baltimore County Police are still looking for Esaiah Watts, 21, in reference to the same case.
Investigators say Aaron Watts, Dwayne Harvey and Esaiah Watts were three of four people in a gold Camry that followed the woman after an incident in the area of of Red Run Boulevard to Owings Mills Boulevard during which her vehicle and the Camry almost collided. They say the woman proceeded into her apartment, but then returned to get some things out of her car about 4 or 5 minutes later. She also brought her two adult sons to the car with her.
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