An Orange County man is facing hate crime charges over a road rage incident captured on video over the weekend.
On Tuesday, CBS2’s Kevin Rincon spoke with a local pastor, who said he feared for both his and his son’s life.
Robert McLymore was driving along a busy road in Newburgh on Saturday when he was cut off by a man in a pickup truck.
“I look into my rearview mirror and I see him coming up to the car,” McLymore said.
The man was holding a box cutter that looked very much like a knife.
“He was walking to my car, with his hand on the window and said, ‘I’ll stab you with the knife, and I’ll stab you, I’ll stab you,'” McLymore said.
McLymore said he was headed back to his church with his teenage son to close up. Instead, he pulled into the parking lot of a Chinese restaurant, and started recording some more.
“Nobody would believe me that this happened to me. Nobody. I didn’t believe it myself,” McLymore said.
The man could be heard yelling racial slurs the entire time.