ROCK HILL, S.C. - Rock Hill police said a man waived a machete at another driver in a traffic incident.
The Herald in Rock Hill reported police said Nathan Pait, 28, was driving a red truck when he honked at a vehicle in front of him.
The driver of that vehicle got out and Pait got out of his truck with the machete.
Pait then struck the vehicle in front of him before driving off.
Police caught up with Pait on Interstate 77. He told police the diver of the other car acted like he had a gun so that’s why he pulled out his machete.
Pait was charged with leaving the scene of an accident.
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