Camarillo Woman Arrested for Allegedly Causing Collision and Brandishing Gun

Sabrina Bolds, a woman from Camarillo, has been arrested for allegedly causing a collision in Thousand Oaks and brandishing a handgun at witnesses. She faces charges of assault and exhibiting an imitation firearm.

A woman from Camarillo, California, was arrested on May 12 for allegedly causing a collision in Thousand Oaks and threatening a witness with a handgun. The incident occurred on April 27 on Ventu Park Road at Highway 101. Witnesses reported that the driver of a black sedan used her car “in an aggressive manner,” causing the victim to lose control of their vehicle and crash. Additionally, witnesses said the driver, later identified as Sabrina Bolds, brandished a handgun at them before driving away.

Thanks to security camera footage, authorities were able to identify Bolds and arrest her at her Camarillo home. She is being held on $100,000 bail and faces charges of assault by means likely to produce great bodily injury and drawing or exhibiting an imitation firearm.

This incident is a reminder of the importance of responsible driving and the dangers of road rage. Aggressive driving can lead to accidents, injuries, and even fatalities. It is important for all drivers to remain calm and patient while on the road, and to avoid confrontations with other drivers. If you witness dangerous driving behavior or feel threatened by another driver, it is recommended to call the authorities and avoid any interactions with the other driver.