NORTH LAUDERDALE, FL (WSVN/CNN) - A driver was arrested after going on a rampage and wrecking several vehicles at a gas station last week.
Part of the incident was caught on camera.
Clerk Jessica Roland said she saw him pull up Wednesday night, and she knew something was wrong.
"(He) started running at everybody, had palms pointed at him, cursing at them - the whole nine - and then ended up bum-rushing me inside the store and then walked around the store crazy," she said. "Just kept saying, he's the cops, he's the cops, he's the police, he's undercover, and that he's disabled. That's all he kept screaming. When he left outside and he was sitting on the ground he kept saying, 'police activity, police activity, please get in your car.'"
Moments later, he got into his orange car and do some real damage, repeatedly hitting vehicles.
Luckily, no one was inside the other vehicles.
The man who recorded the video didn't want to show his face but admits he was worried.
"I seen the guy that was in the video chasing another guy," the man said. " I just got out the way as quick as I could."
Roland said a longtime customer trying to protect her was punched a few times, but he's alright.
She said she's just thankful the man ended up in cuffs before anyone got seriously hurt.
"You got people out there like that, you know," Roland said.
The man's identity wasn't released, and It's still not clear what led up to the incident.
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