The suspect in a violent “road rage” incident which occurred on May 24 has turned himself in to local police.
The Grayson County Sheriff’s Office reported that 32-year-old Terry Logsdon, of Mt. Sherman, was taken into custody without incident on Wednesday, June 10.
Officers had been searching for Logsdon for more than two weeks in relation to a road rage assault which reportedly took place near the 14600 block of Grayson Springs Road.
Responding officer Deputy Clay Boone reported that Logsdon nearly caused a collision between his Pontiac G6 and a 2010 Honda Fury motorcycle being driven by Dallas Patterson, and then “pulled a knife on Patterson and punched him in the face.”
Boone reported that Logsdon also allegedly threatened to kill both Patterson and his wife before running over their motorcycle and striking both of the individuals with his Pontiac before driving away.
Neither of the victims were seriously injured.
Eyewitnesses at the scene told officers that Logsdon was intoxicated at the time of the incident, and that he was operating the car with his wife and two children as passengers when the incident occurred.
A search was quickly underway to find Logsdon, and that search ended with a traffic stop in Hardin County last week.
Sheriff Norman Chaffins explained that Logsdon was taken into custody “when a vehicle that he was a passenger in was stopped for a traffic violation.”
According to Chaffins, “Logsdon exited the vehicle and informed the deputy that he was wanted in Grayson County. Logsdon was arrested, transported to the Grayson/Hardin line, picked up by Deputy Jarrod Mudd, and lodged in the Grayson County Detention Center.”
Logsdon is currently being held on a $15,000 cash bond and is being charged with assault in the first degree.
Additional warrants against Logsdon currently exist in Hart County.