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MOUNT PLEASANT, WI – A 58-year-old Pleasant Prairie man is facing felony charges after he pointed a gun at a woman Tuesday afternoon during a road rage incident.

Mount Pleasant Police received a complaint at 4 p.m. that a man pointed a gun at a woman in the 4300 Block of Washington Avenue after she honked her horn at another car blocking a thoroughfare, according to a press release.

The driver, Christopher Obryan, pulled forward and the complainant parked nearby. Obryan turned the car around and positioned himself next to her. Rolling down the passenger window, he pointed a gun at her, screamed obscenities and left the area.

The woman called the police and gave them the driver’s license plate number. Officers found Obryan at his home in Pleasant Prairie and took him into custody. They also recovered the gun. Officers arrested for endangering safety by use of a dangerous weapon, disorderly conduct (while armed), and resisting obstructing an officer.

The Racine County District Attorney’s Office has not filed charges yet on this case.

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