(Above) Aerial view (from 2009) of area at Marina City where a livery driver says he was threatened by a man with a knife.
22-May-18 A driver dropping off a passenger at Marina City says he was threatened by a fellow motorist with a knife.
According to Chicago police, the 49-year-old driver turned his Lincoln Continental into the private driveway next to Hotel Chicago at about 12:30 p.m. on May 2. After parking his car to let out his passenger and wait for him to retrieve his car, another car, a four-door Audi hatchback, came up next to him and its driver told him to pull the fuck up.
When he did not move his vehicle, the second driver got out of the Audi and pulled on the victims door. He went back to his car, got a knife, and told the victim, according to a police report, he would cut his head off of his body.
He then said, Im going to get a better weapon, and went into a nearby restaurant. The victim drove off and later called police.
The man who allegedly made the threats is described as Asian, 45 to 55 years old, about five-feet-seven-inches tall, 135 pounds, with medium-length hair and light complexion.
Police described the incident as road rage and say it was aggravated assault but suspended their investigation after the victim told them he did not want to pursue the matter.