A Fair Lawn resident and Bergen Community College student apparently enraged by a wrong-way limousine driver on campus Wednesday allegedly confronted and struck the man in the head, spit in his face and smashed his vehicle with a baseball bat, county police said.
The alleged perpetrator of the attack, Seryy Alejsiy, 20, was arrested and charged with simple assault and criminal mischief.
Police said the altercation started after the limousine driver mistakenly entered a campus parking lot traveling in the wrong direction and came into the path of another vehicle.
The drivers exchanged heated words and exited their vehicles, police said.
During the argument, the driver of the other vehicle, later identified as Alejsiy, allegedly spit in the face of the limo driver and struck him in the left side of the head, police said. When the limo driver attempted to leave, police said Alejsiy grabbed a baseball bat and smashed the limousine's trunk.
After a brief investigation, Alejsiy was located on campus and arrested in connection with the road rage incident. He was released on his own recognizance, police said.
The limo driver was uninjured and declined medical treatment at the scene, police said.