New Hampshire Man To Face Charges In Newburyport Incident BOSTON -- A New Hampshire man is accused of using his car to injure a man who was driving to o slow in an apparent road rage incident in Newburyport on Tuesday night. Neil Christopherson, 39, of Derry, N.H., was driving in his Mini Cooper on Storey Avenue when came up behind an Impala carrying a Lawrence couple that was traveling below the speed limit, according to the Newburyport Daily News. Christopherson started waving a baseball bat out of his window, and the Impala pulled over, police said. The driver of the Impala got out of the car. After a verbal altercation, police said Christopherson drove his car into the man, hitting him three times, before he left the area. A witness followed Christopherson to Route 1, where he was arrested. He was charged with three counts of assault and battery with a dangerous weapon to a person over 65, one count of assault by means of a dangerous weapon on a person over 65, leaving the scene of a motor vehicle accident with personal injury and reckless operation of a motor vehicle. Christopherson was scheduled to be arraigned Wednesday in Newburyport District Court. The victim, whose name was not released, suffered minor injuries. Copyright 2010 by TheBostonChannel.com. All rights reserved.