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Alleged road rage case moves to Superior Court
Gainesville man faces numerous charges
Hall County Deputy Robert Waters gives testimony Monday morning in Hall County Magistrate Court in the committal hearing for Albert Renaud, accused of road rage and shooting at another vehicle. The case has been moved on to superior court.
A driver passed a truck on Harmony Church Road July 11 and then heard two shots, according to a Hall County Sheriff’s Office deputy testimony Monday morning. Albert Augustine Renaud, 18, of Gainesville, was charged with aggravated assault, discharge of a firearm on a roadway, aggressive driving and reckless conduct in an alleged “road rage incident,” according to Deputy Robert Waters. Waters testified Monday morning in Magistrate Court that Renaud in a Ford Ranger pulled out in front of a Dodge Ram 1500 truck onto Harmony Church Road when exiting the subdivision “(The victim) actually had to go to the opposite side and pass to keep from causing an accident,” Waters said, adding that the driver honked the horn.