Love triangle may be to blame for Cadillac road rage incident

Cadillac police say 63-year-old Terry Davenport rammed his vehicle into another person's SUV repeatedly.

A case of road rage has put a Luther man behind bars.

Cadillac police say 63-year-old Terry Davenport rammed into another person's car repeatedly. The suspect's family says it was all over a woman.

31-year-old Brian Rollo and 21-year-old Brittany Bakke were driving Monday around 10 p.m. when police say Davenport intentionally hit their SUV several times.

Davenport is facing two counts of felony assault with a dangerous weapon and driving on a suspended or revoked license.

Rollo's father Pete said his son and Bakke were on their way to file a complaint against Davenport.

Their final destination was the Wexford County Sheriff's Department near the intersection of Cobb and Carmel Street.

That's where Cadillac police say Davenport hit the SUV several times, forcing it off the road and over an embankment.

Although no one suffered injuries in the crash, Cadillac police say Bakke suffered minor injuries from Davenport earlier in the day when she tried to get out of his car.

Although the relationship between Rollo, Bakke and Davenport is still unclear, Davenport's family says it all boils down to one woman, Brittany Bakke.

Davenport is being held at the Wexford County jail on a five thousand dollar bond. He is expected to be in court April 15th for a pre-trial.