Good Grief! As reported in the Wenatchee World: Motorcycle damaged, knife pulled in road rage incident By K.C. Mehaffey World staff writer Monday, June 6, 2011 EAST WENATCHEE A 29-year-old Wenatchee man who was the victim of road rage Saturday was threatened with a knife and ended up with a damaged motorcycle, but was not injured. The victim was on a motorcycle and stopped in the left turn lane at a stoplight on Eastmont Avenue shortly before 4 p.m. when a vehicle pulled up behind him and revved its engine, Assistant Chief Dan Reierson said. When the light changed, the vehicle sped past him, then slammed on the brakes and pulled off into the shoulder in the 100 block of Eastmont Avenue, he said. The two drivers then got into a verbal dispute, and at one point the driver of the car took a swing at the motorcycle driver, he said. A passenger in the car then got out and pulled a knife, he said. When the motorcycle driver picked up some rocks and threatened to throw them, the two men went back to the car, he said. The driver then put his car in reverse and drove backward into the motorcycle, knocking it to the ground, before driving away, Reierson said. He said several witnesses saw the dispute. He said the vehicle was later stopped and two men were arrested and booked into the Chelan County Regional Justice Center. They included the passenger, a 21-year-old East Wenatchee man arrested on suspicion of first-degree assault; and the driver, a 27-year-old East Wenatchee man who was arrested on suspicion of vehicular assault, reckless driving and fourth-degree assault.