A Tesla driver accused of attacking motorists with a pipe in at least two road rage incidents in Los Angeles has been arrested, authorities announced Monday.
Nathaniel Radimak, 36, was taken into custody Sunday evening by the California Highway Patrol.
He was being held on $5 million bail.
Police say Radimak is responsible for at least two road rage incidents that occurred on Jan. 11.
In one of the incidents, police say Radimak was captured on video slamming on his brakes on the 2 Freeway in Northeast L.A., hopping out of his black Tesla Model X, running toward the victim’s car and striking it multiple times with a large pipe.
He then hopped back into his car and drove away.
The victim in that incident said he started recording after seeing the Tesla driver acting erratically and target another vehicle.
Authorities had previously been looking for a man caught on camera violently attacking drivers on highways, but it is unclear if Radimak is the same man seen in similar videos circulating on social media.
CHP officials said dash-cam videos and “several leads” led to Radimak’s arrest.
He has been booked on suspicion of assault with a deadly weapon and two outstanding warrants, according to the CHP.