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911 call leads police to road rage arrest

Police arrested a Fargo man suspected in a road rage incident Tuesday evening. Starrdanya Roberts, 46, 320 30th Ave. N., was arrested on suspicion of resisting police officers and terrorizing. About 6 p.m.

Police arrested a Fargo man suspected in a road rage incident Tuesday evening.

Starrdanya Roberts, 46, 320 30th Ave. N., was arrested on suspicion of resisting police officers and terrorizing.

About 6 p.m. Tuesday, a motorist called 911 to tell police a man was making an obscene gesture as they were driving east in different vehicles on Main Avenue in West Fargo, according to a news release issued Wednesday by the West Fargo Police Department.

At a stop light at Main Avenue and Ninth Street East, Roberts threatened to harm the other motorist, the release says.

Both drivers continued into Fargo, where officers arrested Roberts.

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