Them stupid redneck hillbilly farm boy sheep fockers messed around with the wrong bikers!
Paul Wiseley was arrested on numerous charges... More arrests to follow.
Man involved in Pawnee County road rage incident told FOX23 he 'hoped for the best'
by: Rick Maranon Updated: Sep 15, 2017 - 7:29 PM
PAWNEE COUNTY, Okla. - Quick Facts:
A viral video shows a road rage incident in Pawnee County.
It involves a group of motorcyclists, a driver in a truck, and people called to the area by the driver.
A motorcyclist appearing in a viral video showing a road rage incident outside of the Pawnee County town of Meramic spoke to FOX23 News about the incident.
Camden Rader said he was riding in a group of about a dozen bikers headed to support a friend in a race nearby when the incident happened. According to law enforcement, the bikers claimed a driver in a truck cut them off and slowed down so much that it was hard for some of them to keep their balance. The truck driver said the motorcyclists were forcing him to slam on the brakes to slow down.
Rader said the group's leader wanted to talk to the driver about the incident, but the driver thought the bikers were going to hurt him. He called a nearby family member for safety and to back him up. Once everyone was stopped, instead of words, fists were exchanged. One of the driver's relatives allegedly brandished a shotgun and another relative charged at and threatened others with a knife.
"I've been in confrontations before, but nothing this extreme," Rader said. "We've always been able to talk it out, but not this time."
Rader can be seen in the video trying to avoid a large man charging at him. That man was arrested for numerous charges related to the incident. Deputies identified him as Paul Wiseley.
"All I could do was hope that he would stop charging at me, and I just hoped for the best," Rader said. "He wanted to grab a shotgun, but his relative wouldn't let him have it."
Pawnee County Assistant District Attorney Kyle Alderson said this is the first time in a long time that road rage led to an incident with weapons. Anderson said more arrests could be made pending the conclusion of the current investigation.
Camden Rader interview on video: Pawnee County Road Rage Video: The Latest | FOX23