A man is facing endangerment charges after allegedly throwing shelving as passing motorists on a Valley street.
Phoenix police report that on March 20 about 3 p.m., Jeremy Johnson entered a fenced commercial yard near 40th Street and Indian School Road. When the 34-year-old was asked to leave, he reportedly attempted to assault the superintendent.
Johnson soon left the area, and reportedly started throwing shelving at passing drivers. One board hit a car, shattering the windshield and causing scratches to the driver's chest and legs. The victim’s 5-year-old daughter, who was in the back seat, was not harmed in the incident.
Johnson was identified by multiple people and arrested. He's been charged with trespassing, endangerment and aggravated assault.