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Former Missouri Lawmaker Accused of Road Rage


A former Missouri lawmaker has been accused of road rage after an auto accident. The 67-year-old Northwoods man was involved in a road rage incident when he allegedly pulled a gun and assaulted a man during an accident on February 23 in Maplewood, Missouri. Authorities report a driver of a pickup truck merged in front of the former lawmaker’s BMW in a construction zone. The 67-year-old man positioned his BMW back in front of the pickup truck and then allegedly slammed his brakes twice, causing a collision. Police report that the 67-year-old man then walked to the pickup truck with a handgun. He then allegedly assaulted the man, hitting him in the head with his gun. The gun discharged during the assault, and a bullet shot through the roof of the pickup truck.

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