Man gets state time in road rage attack
LOCK HAVEN — Adam Nicholas Bohn, of Newport, Perry County, was sentenced this week for his June 29, 2020 attack on two people in Chapman Township.
Clinton County President Judge Craig P. Miller imposed sentence on Bohn for a term of 90-180 months in state prison on two counts of aggravated assault (F2), one count of DUI, and one count of receiving stolen property (M3).
Police charged Bohn after he had been involved in a domestic dispute with a former female companion at a motel in Chapman Township. Bohn reportedly became physically violent with the female while at the motel.
The female victim then fled the motel and flagged down a motorist leaving a nearby parking area and entered his vehicle and asked for help in getting away, according to court documents.
Bohn followed the female and good samaritan and crashed his pickup truck into their vehicle, disabling it, police said. Bohn crashed his truck into the other vehicle numerous times before exiting his truck and striking the victims’ vehicle with a baseball bat. Bohn then removed the female victim from the vehicle and struck her in the face with a closed fist.
Bohn then fled the scene along state Route 120 and was apprehended shortly after the incident by State Police from the Lamar barracks.