NC woman says biker gang targeted her on highway

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CHARLOTTE, N.C. — A North Carolina woman said she was terrified after a trip from Charlotte to Disney World was interrupted by a motorcycle gang.

Christy Boyles told WCNC that she was recently attacked by a biker gang while she drove her car on I-77 South in Rock Hill, S.C.

She said the bikers were riding her tail, she moved over and then they came in and cut her off.

Boyles said one of the bikers threw something made of metal at her car, breaking her windows and covering her car with pieces of glass.

She said shards of glass flew inside her car and one piece hit her nephew in the face, who was sitting in a seat in the back.

Christy said no one was injured, aside from the cuts, but “it absolutely terrified us, frightened us.”

South Carolina has probably been the hotbed for bikers in the Southeast, according to Sergeant Tim Ayers, president of the South Carolina Gang Investigators Association.

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