Sentencing for woman charged in Virginia Beach road rage case continued
VIRGINIA BEACH, Va. – The sentencing for a woman charged in Virginia Beach after a road rage incident in March was continued Tuesday.
Sara Espinoza is charged with malicious wounding.
According to Virginia State Police, the victim was traveling eastbound on I-264 when a black SUV came onto the interstate and was driving recklessly.
The driver, Sara Espinoza, “engaged herself in a road rage incident,” police say. The incident resulted in Espinoza and the victim both pulling over to the right shoulder and a verbal exchange started.
During the altercation, Espinoza pulled out a box cutter and reportedly stabbed the victim in the forearm.
The victim left the scene and called 911. Espinoza also left the scene and was later located at the 7-Eleven on First Colonial Road.
The victim was treated for her injuries and released.
Espinoza was arrested and charged with malicious wounding and driving on a suspended driver’s license.
She is now scheduled to be sentenced on February 21st.