A road rage attacker who used a metal pole to threaten another driver has been jailed.
Christopher Ross, of Exebridge, Furzton, was found guilty by a unanimous jury for causing criminal damage and threatening someone with an offensive weapon in a public place.
During a two-day trial at Amersham Crown Court last month, jurors heard that Ross threatened the 28-year-old with the weapon during the road rage attack.
The 40-year-old damaged his victim’s car during the incident on Standing Way, Furzton on May 17.
PC Sarah Nash said: ”I’m very happy with the verdict of the jury and the sentence given.
“This was an unprovoked attack on another driver and this conviction and sentence shows that violence will not be tolerated under any circumstances.”