Road rage suspect spray paints victim’s face white before having can turned on him


A Houston, Texas road rage incident turned ugly on Friday when an altercation broke out – and the weapon of choice was white spray paint.

Harris County Constable Mark Herman’s office said in a Facebook post that on Aug. 4, deputies responded to a road rage incident on the 24000 block of Kuykendahl Road.

When deputies arrived, they learned from the complainant that while he was driving north on Kuykendahl Road, the driver in front of him could not stay in his lane while he was looking at his phone.

The two vehicles pulled up to a traffic light, and when the light turned green, the driver who was allegedly distracted by his phone did not start moving.

The person who filed the complaint told police he honked his horn when the driver did not go.

As the vehicles started moving, the accused distracted driver, Davis Winston, allegedly threw objects at the victim’s vehicle.

Eventually, the two vehicles came to a stop and an altercation broke out.

The victim told police Winston had a can of white spray paint, which he used to paint the victim’s face and vehicle.

Winston was also accused of breaking the back window of the victim’s vehicle.

Davis Winston allegedly spray painted a person’s face during a road rage incident in Houston, Texas.
Mark Herman, Harris County Constable Precinct 4

The incident reportedly started when Winston allegedly threw items at the victim's car after getting honked at.
The incident reportedly started when Winston allegedly threw items at the victim’s car after getting honked at.
Mark Herman, Harris County Constable Precinct 4

Winston allegedly spray painted the victim's face during the altercation.
Winston allegedly spray painted the victim’s face during the altercation.
Mark Herman, Harris County Constable Precinct 4

The victim also managed to spray point Winston's face during the fight.
The victim also managed to spray paint Winston’s face during the fight.
Mark Herman, Harris County Constable Precinct 4

At one point, the victim got ahold of the spray paint and painted Winston’s face, too.

Deputies detained Winston and transported him to the Harris County Jail.

He was charged with criminal mischief, a felony, and his bond was set at $1,500.

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