Stewing and waiting, knowing in the depths of his soul that one day you'll cross his path again and he'll have the opportunity to avenge his Range Rover. It might take him a few days to find you but when he does: buckle up. And to anyone else who frequents the highways of southern Connecticut, know this: if tailing a person he suspected of offending him in a vehicular manner half a week prior, following that person into parking lot, interrogating said person and attempting to extract an apology is wrong, John Slattery doesn't wanna be right.
A Morgan Stanley managing director was charged by police after following and confronting a woman whose car he suspected had recklessly cut him off — four days earlier — on a Connecticut highway, police and the executive's own lawyer said. The executive, John Slattery, 43, told a police officer "he was looking for an apology" last Friday when he got out of his Range Rover and walked up to the woman's BMW in the parking garage of Greenwich [Conn.] Hospital after tailing her, Greenwich police said. Slattery's lawyer said he was trying to determine if the woman was the same person who had been driving like "a lunatic possessed" near Slattery's car four days before. The attorney, Philip Russell, said Slattery would contest the misdemeanor charge of second-degree breach of peace that police lodged against the financial giant's exec...Asked if he were aware of any other case of road rage with such a long lag between the incident that sparked someone's anger and led them to confront another driver, Greenwich Police Lt. John Brown said, "I haven't seen anything like it before, or read anything like it before."