Who knows what small, demonic representations of Mephistopheles dance through the heads of the crazed, to the point where they began to claim they're a cop and try to run two victims off the road, but when those two victims are two girls from California, the result is a twisted vision of a 1990's horror movie.
Complete with "help, I am so scared, right now. Like."
Dierdre Orozco, the daylight terror haunting I-80, was charged with several offenses, including reckless driving and obstructing an officer. And what set her off was that the passenger in the Mazda she abused had made a mean hand gesture, which is just so mean, how could anyone ever make a rude hand gesture, while driving, surely that's a mistake worth making someone fear for their life over, according to local TV station KCRA:
When the Mazda passenger made "a rude hand gesture" toward the Explorer just west of the Gold Run rest area, Orozco pulled in front of the Mazda and slammed on the brakes, forcing the car to stop, according to a CHP news release.
Orozco then exited her SUV, went up to the passenger side of the Mazda and held up some type of identification card, claiming to be a sheriff and saying the Mazda riders were going to jail, police said.
The Mazda driver sped off heading east on I-80, trying to get away from the SUV.
Luckily, we also have video of the "some type of identification card," which actually appears to be her work ID for her job as a home health aide, and not, funnily enough, any sort of ID that would ever, ever make anyone thing you are an officer of the law:
But maybe we're all wrong. Maybe she just thought the victims could use some help caring for their elderly relatives?
That would make all of this definitely seem reasonable and prudent.