Man claims self-defense after pulling gun in road rage incident

Man claims self-defense after pulling gun in road rage incident

She said she began to record the man in case he caused a crash and that she did not look toward the driver, and only pointed her phone in his direction, as she passed.

He turned himself in at the police department for questioning Monday afternoon and was released, according to the news release.

Extremely clear pictures of the perpetrator were taken by Victoria Best who posted them to her Facebook page and which have now been viewed more than six million times.

She changed lanes to pass the auto and chose to record the episode on her phone.

Lancaster Police arrested the driver seen pointing a handgun at another motorist over the weekend.

Lancaster police told WFAA the incident occurred about 3 p.m. Friday on northbound I-35E near Interstate 20.

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"The officer asked me if I could make out a license plate", Best said.

"I got to looking through the video and pausing and pausing - I get to a point where I pause and I look and he's just pointing a gun at me".

'Right now it appears this is an isolated incident, ' Detective Maeland James with Lancaster police said.

By Tuesday morning, the post was shared almost 80,000 times and the video had been viewed almost 10 million times.

In June, a teenager was killed in a shooting in north Texas following an incident of unsafe and aggressive driving. "Somebody like that needs to be off the street".

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