Longmont police reopen Main Street after road-rage incident

(Matthew Jonas / Staff photographer) Police have reopened Main Street in south Longmont after a driver allegedly waved a gun at another driver. Longmont police Deputy Chief Jeff Satur said that the incident occurred near the intersection of Main Street and Missouri Avenue.

Satur said the driver of a car reportedly waved a gun at the driver of a truck during an apparent road-rage incident. Police conducted a felony stop of the vehicle and were able to get the first driver safely into custody, but Satur said the truck driver declined to press charges. The driver was released and his weapon was returned to him.

Police had closed traffic on Main Street during the stop, but Satur said traffic was now fully re-opened.

Mitchell Byars: 303-473-1329[1], byarsm@dailycamera.com[2] or twitter.com/mitchellbyars[3].


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References

  1. ^ 303-473-1329 (www.timescall.com)
  2. ^ byarsm@dailycamera.com (www.timescall.com)
  3. ^ twitter.com/mitchellbyars (twitter.com)

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