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Pedestrian, driver offer different views of altercation

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A local resident was walking eastbound on George Street, S.W., toward Cottage Street, S.W., on July 1 at 10:05 p.m. when a woman in a sport-utility vehicle began driving too close to him and his family, Vienna police said.

The man told police that after the driver ignored his requests to be more careful, he stopped in front of her vehicle to slow her down. The man stated the vehicle’s bumper made contact with his back, but he was not injured, police said.

Officers spoke to the driver, who advised that the complaining citizen was causing the issue, stopping in front of her vehicle and sitting down on her bumper, refusing to move.

Police explained the warrant process to both parties should they decide to pursue charges.

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