Man arrested for 'road rage' on I-10
On Nov. 7, 2017, Douglas Gulledge, 20, was arrested for pointing a gun at a driver on US I-10. The incident happened at around 5:30 p.m. in Leon County, Fla. and was "an apparent road rage incident," according to WCTV.
The incident began when "Gulledge allegedly cut off the vehicle and the driver of that vehicle gave Gulledge the middle finger." This occurred between mile markers 213 and 216.
The victim claims that Gulledge then pulled up in his car, took out a tan pistol wrapped in a white cloth, and pulled the slide on the gun back to make it seem as if he was loading the gun. The victim drove away and immediately called 911 after Gulledge "began waving the pistol" at him, according to WTXL.
Police pulled Gulledge over a short time later as he was driving along I-10 in Jefferson County. "When they searched his car, they found the gun, noting that it was a very realistic looking airsoft pistol."
According to WCTV, “Gulledge was taken into custody and charged with two counts of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon and two counts of improper exhibition of a firearm.”