Maryland State Police Investigating Suspected Road Rage Incident In Prince George’s County
(COLLEGE PARK, Md.) — Maryland State Police arrested a 41-year-old Virginia man on Friday in connection with a suspected road rage incident in Prince George’s County.
Shortly after 2 p.m., a woman reported that a man driving a black Chevy Traverse pointed a handgun at her on Interstate 95 North near the Prince George’s County and Howard County lines. Troopers made an investigatory stop at I-95 North and Rt. 216 of a vehicle matching the suspect vehicle’s description. While interviewing the suspect driver, troopers saw that the driver was sitting on a handgun.
Further investigation revealed that the suspect also had two rifles, one of which was an assault rifle, along with a shotgun and ammunition in the vehicle. The suspect was arrested at the scene and transported to the College Park Barrack for processing. The suspect is not being identified at this time pending charges.
The suspect’s vehicle was towed back to the College Park Barrack for further processing. No one was injured as a result of this incident.
The investigation is ongoing.
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