Dormont Woman Facing Charges In Alleged Road Rage Incident

BALDWIN (KDKA) — A woman from Dormont is accused in a road rage incident in which a mother and daughter were both punched in the face and a Good Samaritan was hit with a car.

According to court papers, 29-year-old Amanda Petrelli punched both women after she tried to get around their car in Baldwin Township and the two vehicles collided.

A man who was nearby reportedly tried to help, but was hit by Petrelli’s car.

A police officer had to point a gun at Petrelli to get her to stop, according papers filed in court.

Petrelli allegedly had a bag of marijuana in her car, and police smelled alcohol on her breath.

She is charged with DUI, possessing marijuana, aggravated assault and recklessly endangering another person.

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