A disagreement in a central Virginia parking garage apparently started with a honking horn. According to the alleged victims, the dispute began as an argument about the actions of two drivers but eventually involved five people, a crowbar and a fist.
A judge has ruled that a Fairfax, Virginia, police officer did not have cause to pull over a driver in December and threw out the drunk driving charges against the man. That driver, the former head of the Federal Aviation Administration, resigned from his position after his arrest. That ended the man's tenure in federal government, a profession he entered after a 25-year career as a commercial airline pilot.