A Robesonia man has been arrested and charged after a road rage incident this month in Lancaster County where he brandished a gun, according to police.
Kori Glaze, 36, has been charged with making terroristic threats and simple assault. He remained free following arraignment Nov. 15 in front of District Judge Jonathan W. Heisse.
According to West Earl Township police:
Glaze pointed a gun at another driver during a road range incident on Route 222 near Route 772 in West Earl Township about 3:20 p.m. on Nov. 4.
The victim provided a description of Glaze’s vehicle, as well as its registration information, which allowed police to locate it traveling near the Route 222 and Route 30 interchange a short time after the incident.
Glaze told police that he had pointed a gun at another driver, but insisted it was in self-defense.
Further information was not immediately available.
Source: Berkshire mont