911 call reveals child was in car involved in road rage stabbing

Investigators release composite sketch of suspect sought

11pm Road Rage Suspect Sketch
11pm Road Rage Suspect Sketch

OSCEOLA COUNTY, Fla. – Osceola County sheriff's investigators have released a composite sketch of the man wanted in connection to a road rage stabbing.

Deputies were called to the 7-Eleven at 8201 Champions Gate Boulevard in Davenport and spoke with a 64-year-old man who said he had been stabbed in an argument over a traffic incident.

[LISTEN:  911 call released in Osceola road rage stabbing]

The newly released sketch shows a white or Hispanic man in his 30s with a short hair cut. He was driving a red or maroon Kia or Hyundai SUV on Tuesday.

Investigators also released the 911 call made by a 7-Eleven employee.

"I have a man here, he's been stabbed. He needs medical assistance now," said the gas station attendant. "He came into my store telling me he's been stabbed and he is bloody. Oh my God, this man needs, he needs an ambulance."

The call revealed just how severe the road rage quickly became when the attendant described him bleeding profusely.

"Oh my God. No, you don't want to see this. You don't. I'm sorry," said the attendant.

A customer at the gas station later explained to the dispatcher what the victim described to him.

"Apparently, they were in the highway. The guy cut him off, then he came to the gas station. The guy followed him in, came out of the car, trying to swing," said the customer.

The victim told them he remembered seeing a child in the SUV at the time of the incident. Witnesses recalled getting a glimpse of an enraged driver speeding off.

"I was on my way here to the gas station when the guy seemed like he was on fire, and he almost hit me actually, then he just, you know, ran off," said a customer.?

If you have any information that could help investigators, call them at (407) 348-2222.