LOS ANGELES (KABC) -- The man accused of carrying out a series of violent road rage attacks across Southern California was sentenced to five years in prison.
Nathaniel Walter Radimak, who's been dubbed the "Tesla road rage guy" on social media, was sentenced Monday.
His road rage rampage last year resulted in convictions on several felony counts including criminal threats, vandalism, assault and elder abuse.
At least 10 people - mostly women - reached out to Eyewitness News saying the 36-year-old violently attacked them in cities across Los Angeles County. Two victims learned of Radimak's sentencing after Eyewitness News alerted them.
They spoke with ABC7 Thursday evening but did not wish to show their faces.
"I just feel like he is going to get out and be infuriated, especially since all our names are out in public record, for the majority of us," said a woman who wished to be identified only as Gracia.
She encountered Radimak during an incident at a storage facility in Atwater Village in November 2022.
"I feel like it's definitely still not over, especially because five years isn't enough."
The second victim, identified only as Gabi, recalled her frightening encounter with Radimak on the 101 Freeway, which also took place in November.
Her dashcam video led to two of Radimak's eventual convictions.
"He went around me and completely stopped, and this was on a full freeway, and just got out of the car and started hitting me," she said. "I felt if I didn't get away, he would have cracked my window."
Amid the relief there was also disappointment that other alleged victims mentioned in the criminal complaint against Radimak didn't get convictions. Plus, other alleged victims who reached out to ABC7 said their cases were never even submitted to the district attorney's office.
"We feel like justice has been served, although we also feel that a lot of the victims haven't been heard," said Gracia.
A number of victims have remained in contact with each other through a group chat.
They said members offer each other support and important case updates.
"I feel like we definitely were able to vent, and really understand each other throughout this whole process," said Gracia. "I feel like alone, we wouldn't have been able to capture him."
Radimak has a long criminal history that stretches across nearly two decades in eight different states.
He remains in custody at the Men's Central Jail.