Medford Road Rage Suspect Captured From Delran New Jersey

Medford police have charged a suspect from Delran for a 2018 February road rage incident.

Police Chief Richard Meder announced the arrest Friday of Christopher Cahall, 46, of the 200 block of Leon Avenue in Delran.

Authorities charged him with aggravated assault, terroristic threats and possession of a weapon for an unlawful purpose.

Cahall is accused of threatening a driver with a bat in a road rage incident that began in Mount Laurel and ended on Ark Road in Medford on the morning of Feb. 16.

The incident caused a 25-year-old driver to lose control of her car and crash into a tree, according to the chief. The victim suffered minor injuries, he said.

A police sketch released after the incident depicted a suspect whose only facial hair was a mustache, but a current photo of the suspect released by police shows him with a long beard.

Medford Lt. Arthur Waterman, police spokesman, said police received an anonymous tip about a person who may have information about the case. “We followed up on that and it led us to Mr. Cahall,” he said.

Meder said Cahall was held in the Burlington County Jail pending a Superior Court hearing.

One comment

  • Jen Woods Medford, NJ Indian Mills Elementary School

    This is a area with very wealthy people who have Christian values. Stay out of our area SATAN! I always drive the speed limit, praise the lord, recycle and pick up trash. And speaking of trash stay out of our area. When I was younger and spent most of my time watching Lauren Lacount from a distance. I used to hide in her closet and under her bed. Anyway, after a few years of doing this I realized I really liked Lauren. She is the girl for me! We later became best friends and would comb our hair at a sleepover and make poetry. I loved making candles with Lauren and watching her sculpt the candle. After candle making we would hunt mushrooms in the woods for hours. At the end of the day we would go on a date to Red Lobster and eat at our table.

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