Man Arrested After Pointing Gun During Road Rage Outburst
TULSA, Oklahoma - Editor's note: An earlier version of this story incorrectly stated there was a relationship between the suspect and the person in whose residence he was discovered. There was no such relationship. News On 6 regrets the error.
Broken Arrow Police say two people called 911 after they say a man in a silver Nissan Armada pointed a gun at them.
The victims told police they were traveling on Kenosha Street and stopped at a red light. When the light turned green they say the man behind them started honking. According to the victims, the driver eventually passed them and that's when he pointed a gun at them and flipped them off.
Police say they located the vehicle illegally parked near South Maple. Police say they later found the suspect, Tarquon Weaver, hiding in a closet at a nearby residence. The victims did not get a good look at the suspect's face, police say, but did describe tattoos that matched Weavers. Police also found the weapon in question inside the vehicle's center console.
Police say Weaver has been arrested and booked into the Tulsa County Jail for feloniously pointing a firearm.