21 Arrests! Biker in NYC Road Rage Assault Was Freed By Lenient Judge
The fallout continues from last weekend's road rage attack in New York City, as we now learn that one of the bikers has a mile-long rap sheet.
Reginald Chance, 37, appeared this morning on the front page of the New York Post flipping the bird to cameras after his arrest on assault charges.
Chance appeared on the widely seen video smashing the driver's side window of an SUV driven by New York City father of two Alexian Lien before Lien was dragged out of his SUV and assaulted by several enraged bikers.
The incident was sparked when Lien collided with a motorcyclist, then run over another biker in his frantic bid to escape.
The Post reports that Chance had been arrested a whopping 21 times before this latest incident, including when he faced a sentence of more than 25 years behind bars for an April drug dealing charge.
A judge and the Brooklyn DA's office went easy on him though, reducing the charges and eventually letting Chance walk with 20 days of community service.
Chance's attorney argued that after Chance busted through the window, he did not participate in the ensuing beatdown and slashing of Lien. The attorney argues that the video shows Chance leaving.
In another twist in the story, an undercover detective has admitted he was there at the scene of the attack, but did not intervene because he didn't want to blow his cover.
Watch the latest from Fox & Friends this morning.