PROVIDENCE, RI -- Police have charged a woman with felony assault in what they described as a case of road rage at a Dunkin Donuts drive-thru.
Police said 27-year-old Laura Defazzio became enraged when the car behind her beeped her horn.
Security cameras were rolling as she then emerged from her minivan with a crowbar.
According to police Defazzio screamed, yelled and told the woman, 36-year-old Denise DeMedeiros, that she was going to kill her.
Police said DeMedeiros then dialed 911 from her cell phone.
Defazzio got back into her minivan preparing to leave, but DeMedeiros then exited her car and approached Defazzio's minivan.
Defazzio then grabbed DeMedeiros' hair and began to pull away lifting her off of her feet.
This isn't the first time that Defazzio has been involved in a dispute at a Dunkin Donuts.
She was involved in another similar incident a month ago.
Warwick police took a complaint from a woman who said Defazzio blocked her from getting out of another Dunkin Donuts parking lot.
The police report detailed an exchange in which Defazzio threw cream cheese at the victims' car, spit in the victim's car window and threatened to kill her.
North Providence police said Defazzio turned herself in to police on Tuesday.
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