SHASTA COUNTY, Calif - The State Attorney’s Office has charged California Highway Patrol Assistant Chief Todd Garr in a road rage case, one that is moving through the justice system.
Friday’s hearing was about a “pitches motion” or a request to allow private documents of the internal investigation in this incident to become part of the case.
The incident happened last July when Garr was involved in a road rage incident where he cut off a truck driver and was reportedly involved in a fist fight.
The judge approved the motion and now Garr’s file is up for review.
Garr will be back in court on April 9 at 8:30 a.m.
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