Nearby: Police Respond to Road Rage Complaint on Route 65
The victim told police the other driver pulled over behind him and appeared to pull out a gun.
Police were called Monday to take a road rage report on Route 65 near the Interstate 79 interchange.
Police met with a driver who said another vehicle had been driving erratically and swerving in front of him multiple times starting from the Aliquippa Bridge. He said the car also began jamming on the brakes going from 20 mph to 40 mph.
As they approached the I-79 interchange, police said the victim pulled off the road and the other vehicle pulled off behind him. The victim watched as the other driver began reaching into his glove box, then his groin area as if he was going to pull out a gun.
Police said the victim did not want to pursue the situation, but did want officers to be aware of this individual.
Sewickley Police also responded to the following recent incidents. Each incident reflects police records and is not an indication of guilt.
Police were called Sunday to a home in the 300 block of Broad Street for a report of a bat in the house.
Police assisted Edgeworth police Sunday with a theft investigation regarding property taken from a home on Friday that possibly involved high school students.
Police stopped a car Thursday on Route 65 in Leetsdale after the car was seen driving erratically. Police said the driver told the officer she was just having a bad day. She was given a warning, police said.
Police said a boy’s bicycle was stolen sometime around 5 p.m. Wednesday from a McCready Way home. The bike is described as brown with a black seat similar to a Mongoose style.
No one was injured Nov. 12 following a two-car crash on Route 65. Police said Sushil Jain's vehicle was approaching McKown Lane when he saw another car attempting to pull out onto 65. Police said Jain beeped the horn, but Edward Tomasic continued and the vehicles collided. Tomasic's vehicle was towed.