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Man accused of ramming vehicle off the road twice

Richard Daniel Musick Richard Daniel Musick
MCLENNAN COUNTY, TX (KXXV) - Police have arrested a 27-year-old man accused of taking a pickup truck from a party in Chalk Bluff, and he will face charges that he rammed another man's vehicle, knocking him off the road twice.

Richard Daniel Musick has been charged with aggravated assault with a deadly weapons for the road rage incident.

Investigators say this happened about 5:30 a.m., back on February 21, when Musick was at a party. At one point, police say Musick left the party in someone's truck.

The victim of the road rage incident says he was driving the speed limit on FM 933, when the suspect came up behind him, and hit his vehicle, pushing it into a ditch. He managed to drive his vehicle out of the ditch, when Musick is alleged to have rammed him a second time. This pushed him into the ditch again, and Musick then left the scene.

Later that morning, Musick was found by Whitney police on the side of the road, where he was arrested for taking the truck without permission. He was taken to the Hill County Jail. During the investigation into the ramming case, deputies determined Musick was the man involved.

A warrant was obtained for him, and he was taken to McLennan County to face charges of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon.
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