Lubbock Man Arrested for Attempting to Hit Another Vehicle With His Own
Twenty-three-year-old Garrett Lane Sullivent was arrested on Friday, May 14th after it's said he attempted to hit another person's vehicle with his own.
The victims in the other car told police that they were driving near the 4300 block of South Loop 289 when Sullivent approached their vehicle from behind. The victims said they slowed down, and that apparently made Sullivent angry as he drove around them and slammed on his brakes.
The victims said that they drove into a nearby parking lot to try and get away from Sullivent, but he followed them and repeatedly tried to ram his vehicle into theirs.
The victims even said that they saw someone in the passenger seat of Sullivent's vehicle laughing as they were trying to ram into the vehicle. However, the passenger later told police that they told Sullivent to stop what he was doing, saying that it "wasn't worth it."
Lubbock police officers arrived on the scene and asked Sullivent to pull over, but KAMC News reports that he told officers "something to the effect of no." He then fled the scene and was located soon after in another parking lot. He was then taken into custody and charged with aggravated assault and evading arrest.