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RICHMOND HEIGHTS, MO (KTVI) – In Richmond Heights a frightening and unusual case of road rage is under investigation by police.

Authorities have charged 31-year-old Kyle Noonan with DWI and traffic violations.

They say something happened on I-270 and he began rear-ending another vehicle.

The victims in that car drove down I-64 where the road rage continued.

They sought refuge at the Richmond Heights Fire Department driving right through the open garage door of the fire station.

A battalion chief came to their rescue and Noonan was arrested.

8 comments

    • ray

      Dude he isn’t on roids. I’ve known this guy for the better part of 20 years. You don’t know him so don’t talk shit.

      • Joe Blumpkin

        Your Boy Kyle Noonan is a complete tool. He should be behind bars. I hope he gets “Absolved” himself. Jessica should leave him next chance she gets.

  • Bondmen

    The Fire Department spokesman said he’s glad there wasn’t a weapon involved. Didn’t he notice the perp was using a 2,500lbs moving automobile as a weapon? Some people just can’t see the big picture I guess.

    • HOLLYWOOD

      WELL RAY AND BONDMEN OBVIOUSLY YOU 2 ARE REAL ROCKET SCIENTISTS PERHAPS THE FIRE CHIEF AND RH POLICE DEPT. EXPERTISE FAR OVER SEES YOUR JUDGEMENT LEVELS AND WHY YOU GENTLEMEN ARE FUTURE CANDIDATES FOR THE SAME BEHAVIOR!

      • Bondmen

        An expert, Hollywood, would recognize 2,500 lbs. at 60 MPH as a lethal force weapon when used to slam into another car! It is a rather complicated physics problem, maybe you are having trouble with it too?

  • Captain Obvious

    A weapon in the context of a gun, stupid. They were glad he wasn’t shooting people, as the fire dept has no means to defend themselves or the public in such a scenario. RHFD was one of the first to respond 6 yrs ago this week when one of their brothers in Maplewood was killed just for doing his job. Consider that before you condescend to them for not seeing the “big picture.”

    • Bondmen

      Why is a gun the only a weapon to be feared by residents or firemen? It appears the couple in the car being assaulted by the violent perpetrator were very afraid of the weapon he was wielding, or did I miss something? And why is the fire department unarmed and unprotected? That seems like a serious oversight or is the city worried its fire fighters can’t be trusted with “fire” arms?

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