A 67-year-old man is under police investigation for a road rampage through Albany which wound its way from the CBD to a busy school crossing. It is understood three cars were struck by the man’s Ford Territory SUV last Wednesday afternoon. Police received three or four reports regarding the driver’s behaviour about 3.22pm, according to Albany Police Senior Sergeant Grant Pollard. Two cars were rammed at the roundabout at the intersection of York Street and Albany Highway, Sen. Sgt Pollard said. A Ford Ranger was then rear-ended multiple times while waiting for school children to walk across Middleton Road, near the intersection of Campbell Road. No injuries were reported. Police found the driver later that afternoon on Stead Road. His Ford Territory was issued with a defect notice and the 67-year-old was held at the Albany Health Campus overnight. Police will submit an application to assess his fitness for driving to the Department of Transport. Caleb Banks was on his way to a physiotherapy session when the rear of his Ford Ranger was rammed at the Middleton Road school crossing. “I stopped at the crossing, kids had just finished crossing the road,” he said. “I heard the horn, I turned around and looked behind and saw him coming around the roundabout on the wrong side.” Mr Banks could already see damage to the front of the Territory before he was rammed. “He slowed down to drive over the median strip and then drove straight into back of my car,” Mr Banks said. “I backed up to lock him in thinking he must have done a hit-and-run or something. He hit me again, I’m pretty sure it was three times he hit the back of my car but the second two were nudges.” On the phone to the police, Mr Banks followed the Ford Territory along Middleton Road. The driver had “a real blank expression” on his face at the time, according to Mr Banks. “I just wanted to make sure he didn’t run into anyone else so I did anything I could do to get him to stop,” he said. About 10.55am the next morning, police received a report that the same Territory “had gone over the rocks” at the Albany Waterfront Marina. Sen. Sgt Pollard said the man was found uninjured and unable to give an explanation as to how the Territory had become stuck on the rocks. Police slapped him with a $600 fine for driving under a defect notice. The Territory was unable to be driven because of the damage to its undercarriage so it was towed away. Police are waiting for the results of blood tests and are expected to lay reckless driving charges.