After hearing the latest it appears a potato would not work, the sound location on the truck would indicate cutouts to me. Too many crazy people that might even have agun for me to want to do a face to face confrontation..
Local news story
Two men reportedly followed a resident to his home because they didn’t like his driving, then threatened him with a gun.
The 31-year-old victim told Police he was driving home from work at about 5:15 p.m. when he noticed a black sedan following him, tailing him so closely he could not see the front license plate on the car. When he turned into his own driveway the black sedan pulled into the driveway behind him.
According to the police report, the man walked up to the car and asked the people in the car — driver Stephen Galbraith, 26, and passenger what they wanted.
The police report states that “Stephen began to voice his displeasure at (the victim’s) driving,” accusing him of nearly causing an accident with a motorcycle.
According to the police report, the victim then told the two men three times to leave his property. They did not. Instead, according to the report, Gailbraith threatened to beat up the man who then “out of fear for his safety that Stephen and Timothy would do him physical harm” took out his pocket knife and held it at his side.
The report states that O’Brien immediately “raised a handgun with his right hand and said ‘well I’ve got this’ and waved the gun from side to side in the vehicle. The report states that the man said O’Brien did not point the gun directly at him.
The man then fled to his garage and called 911, yelling that he was calling police. Gailbraith then pulled the sedan from the driveway and parked the car on the street, waiting for police to arrive.
When officers arrived at the scene, O’Brien had a holstered handgun “worn as open carry.” The handgun was loaded with 15 rounds of hollow point bullets, one cartridge in the chamber.
O’Brien and Galbraith told officers they followed the man to his home because they did not like the way he was driving and felt he had come close to striking a motorcycle. O’Brien said he did not point his gun at the homeowner, but had just “demonstrated to (him) that he had a firearm.”
A neighbor doing yard work witnessed the entire exchange.
O’Brien was arrested pending charges of disorderly conduct while armed. He was “released on his own recognizance.”
Gailbraith was arrested for disorderly conduct, and was also released. During the arrest, a search of a backpack in Gailbraith’s car contained two additional guns, two fully loaded Smith and Wesson 9 mm handguns.