Sheriff: Man fired crossbow at truck during road rage incident
PULASKI Co., Va. (WSET) -- A Pulaski County man is facing charges after a road rage incident, according to the Pulaski County Sheriff's Office.
The sheriff's office said deputies were called to Wysor Road in the Draper area around 8 p.m. Tuesday, January 2.
When deputies got to the scene, they said they spoke with the victim, identified as Jeffrey Porterfield, who was operating a Green truck in the Town of Pulaski near the ballpark, when a gold car began to tailgate his vehicle up Drapers Mountain.
Once the vehicles entered the four lanes, the sheriff's office said the road rage incident continued and the driver of the car, identified as Glen Grubb, threw and object, hitting Porterfield's truck.
During the investigation, the sheriff's office said deputies located a bolt (arrow), shot from a crossbow, had impaled the truck.
Grubb was then located and arrested for attempted murder, shooting a missile at an occupied vehicle, and child endangerment.
The Pulaski Police Department and Department of Social Services helped in the incident.
Grubb is currently being held in the New River Valley Regional Jail.