UPDATE: Road rage suspect Delwin Knight turned himself into police Thursday afternoon. He told WKRG’s Debbie Williams, “I’m not a bad guy” as he walked into the Daphne Police department. He told WKG News 5 what he did was “just road rage” and not harassment. This is a developing story. Check here for updates. Debbie Williams
DAPHNE, Ala. (WKRG) — UPDATE 2/21 9:55am: Daphne Police are now searching for Delwin Knight. Knight faces eight new charges: seven harrasment and one reckless endangerment related to a road rage incdident caught on camera, as well as other incidents.
A road rage incident was caught on camera where a man could be heard yelling angrily at a driver in a Daphne parking lot.
Daphne Police say 37-year-old Delwin Knight was arrested last week after police were shown the video taken by the victim of the road rage. She followed Knight into the parking lot.
Sgt. Jason Vannoy with Daphne PD says it was “an unprovoked road rage incident where the defendant set loose a profane, threatening tirade. In direct violation of state law. “