BARBOURVILLE, Ky. (AP) -- Police in eastern Kentucky say they are looking for a suspect who attacked a man at a highway intersection.
Barbourville police told WYMT-TV (http://bit.ly/JTRbRx) that the assailant knocked Billy Mills out and then stomped his head into the pavement.
Police aren't sure what led to the attack, but said that it could be a case of road rage. If so, Detective Steve Owens of the Barbourville Police Department says he is concerned because it went way beyond "the typical blowing their horns, yelling at people and then going on."
Owens said the two men were stopped at the intersection Saturday when the suspect got out of his truck and started yelling at Mills. Police say Mills opened his car door and got out and that's when he was attacked.