A driver got out of her car with a tire iron during a road rage incident in Cromwell on Monday, police said.
The complainant told police that while on the intersection of Route 372 and Country Squire Drive, a woman, identified as Shicondra Perry, got out of her car and threatened another driver she had been following, Cromwell Police said.
When the driver tried to get away from Perry, the 24-year-old got back into her car and followed the car through a condo complex, back onto Route 372, according to police.
Perry turned herself into police shortly after the incident. She was charged with second-degree breach of peace, second-degree threatening and following too close with intent to harass. In addition to the charges listed Perry was also charged with failure to respond to an infraction relating to an outstanding arrest warrant.
Her bond was set at $2,500 for the road rage incident and $100 for the other arrest warrant.