By MyFM's Rick Michaels - An Ashland man and a Framingham man will appear in Waltham District Court this morning, as both
are facing charges following a road rage incident on the Mass Pike in Weston. The Weston State Police Barracks received several calls reporting a man on the hood of a white SUV traveling westbound on the Pike, with troopers responding finding several citizens had managed to get the SUV stopped, without anyone getting injured. Two vehicles were involved in a minor side-swipe
collision, with the drivers identified as 37-year old Mark Fitzgerald of Ashland, and 65-year old Richard Kamrowski of Framingham. Following the collision, both vehicles stopped and attempted to exchange paperwork. That encounter escalated and became adversarial, with Kamrowski taking a position in front of Fitzgerald’s vehicle, who then began driving towards him with Kamrowski jumping on the hood and Fitzgerald then taking off and driving at speeds as high as 70mph. Motorists were finally able to stop Fitzgerald and a properly licensed gun owner, exited his vehicle and ordered him out of his vehicle at gun-point, detaining him until troopers arrived on the scene. Fitzgerald was arrested and charged with assault with a dangerous weapon on a person over age 60, negligent operation of a Motor Vehicle and leaving the scene of a property damage accident. Kamrowski was also arrested and charged with disorderly conduct and malicious damage to a motor vehicle. Both men were released on personal recognizance pending their arraignment this morning in Waltham District Court.