A road-raging Utah man was busted after he pointed a gun at a driver who turned out to be a police officer in an unmarked automobile.
Taylor Ray Bradley, 29, was driving simply outdoors of Salt Lake City round 11:45 a.m. on Monday when a truck in entrance of him signaled to show. Infuriated, Bradley started tailgating the motive force, in keeping with an affidavit obtained by KSL.
Bradley then pulled alongside the truck and “started yelling profanities and proceeded to level what seems to be a small silver firearm” on the driver, in keeping with the affidavit.
The truck driver — a sergeant with the Granite School District Police Department driving an unmarked cop automotive — proceeded to activate his lights and pull Bradley over.
Bradley was cuffed and the officer discovered the handgun stuffed into the passenger seat cushion.
In the affidavit, officers wrote that Bradley “shows indicators of a person who may doubtlessly put the general public and different motorcar operators in danger for street rage incidents,” KSL reported.
He was booked into the Salt Lake County Jail for investigation of aggravated assault and threatening to make use of a weapon in a struggle.