Former high school behavior counselor pleads guilty to beating man with bat in road rage incident

NOLA.com | 6/13/2018 | Staff
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A former high school behavior counselor accused of attacking a motorist with a baseball bat in a 2016 road rage incident pleaded guilty Wednesday (June 13) to aggravated battery.

Wilbert Gray, 42, pleaded guilty as charged as potential jurors assembled outside Criminal District Judge Darryl Derbigny's courtroom, according to District Attorney Leon Cannizzaro's office.

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Gray was involved in a minor wreck with a 37-year-old man at the intersection of Tulane and Carrollton avenues around midnight on Sept. 4, 2016, according to New Orleans police.

The other driver told police he didn't see any damage and drove away.

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He then noticed Gray was following him, so police said the pulled over into a parking lot in the 5100 block of General De Gaulle Drive.

He and Gray both got out of their vehicles, and Gray told his girlfriend to get a...
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