Southern Regional Police are charging a Glen Rock man for his alleged involvement in a road-rage incident Nov. 1 in the borough.

Travis Nelson, 28, of Baltimore Street, is being charged with driving under the influence of both alcohol and drugs, causing a hit-and-run crash involving damage to an occupied vehicle, reckless driving, failing to obey duty to give information or render aid, harassment, disorderly conduct and driving with a suspended registration.

The owner of the vehicle Nelson was driving will be charged with allowing Nelson to drive it although it had no registration or insurance, police said.

Police said the road rage happened about 4:15 p.m. Nov. 1 at the intersection of Baltimore and Main streets.

They allege Nelson and another man got into a confrontation outside their vehicles after the road rage, after which they both fled the scene. Nelson suffered facial injuries during the confrontation, police said.

As he was fleeing, Nelson struck a third vehicle, police said; that driver wasn't hurt.

Police said they've located the man who engaged in the confrontation with Nelson. Initially, it was believed he assaulted Nelson, but police said their investigation showed he was merely defending himself.

That man is not facing any charges, according to police, who did not release his name.