Middletown woman arrested in Cromwell after reports she threatened another driver

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CROMWELL–A woman has been arrested in connected to a road rage incident that occurred on Monday.

Police responded to Route 372 in Cromwell on reports of a road rage incident, and learned that a woman had gotten out of her car with a tire iron at the intersection of Route 372 and Country Squire Drive. She then is said to have threatened another driver, who she had been following.

The operator tried to get away from her, but she followed him through a condo complex and back onto Route 372. Shen then drove off.

A witness helped lead police to identifying the suspect as Shicondra Perry, 24, of Middletown.

Perry turned herself into police a short time later and was charged with breach of peace in the second degree, threatening in the second degree and following to close with intent to harass/intimidate. She also had an outstanding warrant for failing to respond to an infraction.

Perry is being held on $2,600 bond for the combined warrants, and will be in court on Tuesday if she doesn’t pay the bond.