Road Rage with four children on board: the father is facing six charges

News 11 December, 2017

    Stéphane Alarie

    Monday, December 11, 2017 15:56

    Monday, December 11, 2017 15:56

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    The father of the family took road rage on Saturday in Montreal, where he coached his four children in a race of 20 kilometres on highway 40, is facing six charges.

    One accuses Roberto Rego Bulhoes, 40 years old, from Saint-Felix-de-Valois, failing to stop at the scene of an accident, dangerous driving, mischief on the vehicle and the harm that has endangered the lives of three adults and two children.

    He is also accused of narcotics as cannabis and hashish were recovered from his van.

    The driver accused had started his run on the highway 40 west, where it struck an SUV at the height of the Henri-Bourassa boulevard just before 10 p.m. Saturday, and at least one other car at the height of the avenue Marien.

    The man at the wheel of the first vehicle would have then decided to take it on a hunt. The two motorists rabid would have exceeded one another until they enter in collision at the exit of the tunnel Louis-Hippolyte-La Fontaine, fifteen miles away.

    The van was eventually finished his race against a wall of highway 20 west in Longueuil, at the height of boulevard Roland-Therrien. The accident which put an end to the career of the father of family has created a traffic jam of at least five kilometres.

    More details to come…