FAIRFIELD (CBS SF) – A Sacramento man was arrested on Wednesday evening in Vacaville following allegedly brandishing a firearm at a lady through a road rage incident, according to Fairfield police.
The series of events began on eastbound Interstate Highway 80 just west of the North Texas Street exit, Fairfield police Sgt. John Divine mentioned. A lady named 911 to report that the suspect, 28-year-old Brandon Jackson, allegedly threw an object at her vehicle on the freeway.
As the two automobiles pulled up subsequent to each and every other at a red light, Jackson allegedly pointed a gun at the lady even though yelling at her, according to Divine. She speedily drove away as Jackson drove back towards the freeway.
Divine mentioned Fairfield officers spotted Jackson’s automobile on the freeway and with support from the California Highway Patrol and Vacaville police, have been capable to quit and arrest him in Vacaville, police mentioned. There was no chase or pursuit of Jackson’s automobile.
Officers identified the firearm through a search of the automobile. According to Divine, Jackson did not have a concealed carry permit or any other legal authority to have a firearm in his possession.
Jackson has been booked into the Solano County Jail on suspicion of a weapons violation and making criminal threats.
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