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A Woodbine man was sentenced to two years after a jury found him guilty Friday of second-degree assault, reckless driving and negligent driving after a 2015 road rage incident.

Christian Brian Anderson, 41, of the 5800 block of Woodbine Road, was sentenced to two years in the state Department of Corrections by Judge Richard Titus after the jury's verdict, according to a news release from the Carroll County State's Attorney's Office.

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Titus sentenced Anderson to 10 years, suspending all but two. After Anderson's release, he will also serve five years of supervised probation, according to the release.

Anderson intentionally struck a person riding a motorcycle with his SUV near Md. 26 and Klee Mill Road. Anderson then chased the rider for more than five miles at high speed, during which he also repeatedly ran off the road and into oncoming traffic, according to the release.

A physical alteration occurred after the vehicle chase at the intersection of Md. 26 and Md. 27 in Taylorsville, according to the release.

Assistant State's Attorney Elizabeth Ingraham prosecuted the case. The jury took one and a half hours to deliberate, according to the release.

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