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Calhoun County sheriff's deputies arrested a Piedmont man Thursday after he posted videos of himself online allegedly endangering bicyclists on the roadway, enraging cycling enthusiasts across the country.
A Piedmont man was free on bond Friday following his arrest on charges connected to Internet videos of himself complaining about cyclists. He could face up to year in jail.
A judge on Tuesday ordered a Piedmont man to undergo anger management for charges of reckless endangerment stemming from videos the defendant made speeding past local cyclists.
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