A major wreck on I-26, which sent one man to the hospital, police say is the result of road rage. At around 9:25 am Tuesday morning (July 15), a Jeep driven by Mark Anthony Rickman was attempting to make a lane change behind a white Volvo driven by Marie Davis Moser.
“We suspect that there were road rage issues going on. As the result of a series of attempted lane changes by both vehicles, Rickman lost control of his vehicle,” explained Woodfin Police Officer Chris Stockton, who investigated the wreck.
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A theft was reported in the Weaverville area, on Thursday (July 3). According to a report filed by the Buncombe County Sheriff’s Office, Alfredo Perez Cedillo, 32, had several tools taken from a home.
The home is located on Stoney Hollow Drive in Weaverville. According to deputies, the theft occurred sometime late Wednesday night (July 2) around 11 pm, and was found on Thursday at 6 pm. Read more...
The break-in was forcible. The report states that the perpetrators used some sort of a jimmy or pry device to force the door lock open, gaining access to the residence. Once inside, they had access to several valuable items. The perpetrator took a DeWalt drill and cutoff saw, a Sthil weed eater, and a Craftsman air compressor. In total, the items are valued at $1,000. The Sheriff’s Office is currently investigating the incident. Anyone with information regarding this incident is asked to contact Buncombe County Crime Stoppers at 828.255.5050.