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Denver police arrest road rage suspect after issuing crime alert

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(Credit: Denver Police Department)

DENVER — The woman who was being sought in a road rage incident has been arrested, Denver Police said Tuesday.

Andrea Marquez was booked on a charge of criminal mischief, a Class 4 felony after Denver Police issued a Crime Stoppers bulletin last week.

A photo of Marquez was taken about 5:30 p.m. March 12 at the westbound interchange of Interstate 70 and Interstate 25.

Denver Police said Marquez blocked a victim’s car on I-70, exited her vehicle, opened her trunk and pulled out a metal object. Police say she then used the object to bash it against the victim’s car, causing extensive damage.


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