Social Media Helps LAPD Make Arrest After Road Rage Incident [VIDEO]

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A video surfaced on Twitter showing a vehicle appearing to intentionally ram another in an apparent act of road rage in North Hollywood. The social media post did not go unnoticed by Police, they responded to the Tweet, asking the person who posted the video for the time and location of the incident.

Two hours later, the LAPD announced a suspect had been arrested on suspicion of assault with a deadly weapon in connection with the crash.

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