Road rage: NJ cop pointed gun at driver on Route 95, police say
CAMDEN — A Camden County Sheriff's Officer was suspended after being accused of pointing a gun at a woman on a Philadelphia highway in a road rage incident.
The Courier-Post reported Brian K. McDonald is charged with making terrorist threat and possession of an instrument in a crime after, Pennsylvania State Police, said pointed a gun at a woman on Route 95 as he drove alongside her.
According to the report, McDonald allegedly cut off the 25-year-old driver at 11:40 a.m. on Monday morning on Route 95 between Girard Avenue and the Vine Street Expressway.
6 ABC reports the woman said he'd been honking at her, as if she was going slow, and then stuck up his middle finger at her. The woman said she'd shrugged her shoulders, and McDonald grabbed his gun and appeared to say "I'll shoot you."
McDonald turned himself into police with an attorney and was suspended with pay after the woman reported the incident to Pennsylvania police and provided a description of his vehicle, according to the Courier-Post.
According to state pension records McDonald has been with the department since 2013.
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