DALLAS — A man has been arrested in an assault that happened after a crash on a Dallas highway last weekend, police announced Tuesday.
Jaleel Sheehy, 25, faces two charges of misdemeanor assault, police said.
Records showed he was being held on a $3,000 bond, $1,500 each for two charges of assault.
The crash happened around midnight Saturday on North Central Expressway near the Bryan Street exit downtown.
One of the alleged victims shared their story and video of the incident on social media.
One woman told police she was driving north on the highway when she was side-swiped by another vehicle.
The two vehicles pulled over, and the woman got out of her car to exchange information with the other driver, police said. The other driver, a man believed to be Sheehy, "began getting hostile," according to the police news release, and punched the woman.
Another woman in the victim's vehicle got out to help her, and the man punched her, too.
He then got back into his vehicle and drove away.
The victims declined treatment at the scene, but the woman later posted video of the incident to her Instagram page.
Her video, which she also shared with WFAA, showed a man throwing punches and then walking back toward his vehicle. He then walked back toward the camera and appeared to make contact again with one of the victims.
The victim's phone fell to the ground, and the footage then showed her bending over to grab it, as blood dripped from her nose. Blood can also be seen on the roadway.