Police: Man surrenders after attempted screwdriver attack

A man accused of threatening another man with a screwdriver during a road rage incident has surrendered to police. 



Matthew Mulqueen surrendered to police Monday after the March 16 incident. 



Police say Mulqueen, 33, threatened a driver on Newbridge Road in Levittown. 



Mulqueen allegedly put a screwdriver to a man's neck and threw him to the ground. 



Police say Mulqueen ran off when another driver pulled over to help the victim. 



 Mulgreen faces robbery, menacing, weapons and reckless endangerment charges.


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