Man Allegedly Pulled a Gun During a Missoula Road Rage Incident

At around 4:45 p.m. on Monday, Missoula Police Department officers responded to a road rage incident that had taken place in the 400 block of North Surrey Street. The occupant of a black convertible allegedly pointed a gun at the driver of another vehicle and threatened to shoot.

An officer made contact with a witness to the incident who said the male in the black convertible pointed a black gun with his right hand in the direction of the male victim. The male in the black convertible then turned his vehicle around and left location.

An officer made contact with the victim who said he had been driving through the trailer park on North Palmer Street when a black convertible pulled in behind him and followed him two blocks to his home. The victim said he parked and exited his truck. At that point, a male stood up from the driver’s seat of the convertible and began yelling at the victim about the victim’s driving and excessive speeds while driving through the trailer park.

Court documents indicate the male in the convertible then pulled out a black pistol, pointed it directly at the victim, and said “you need to slow down! I’m not

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