A United States postal worker was arrested over the weekend after he pulled a loaded gun and pointed it at a car full of undercover officers during a fit of road rage.
Authorities say Glenn Grays was driving down the Belt Parkway in Sheepshead Bay, NY, when he got angry and cut off a car full of undercover detectives from the Brooklyn North Gang Unit. The cops swerved to avoid Grays' car and then pulled alongside him. That's when he allegedly pointed a .45 caliber pistol at them.
Grays was arrested and charged with possession of a firearm and menacing. He currently is being held in lieu of a $25,000 bond after he was arraigned in Brooklyn Criminal Court. He is scheduled to be back in court on November 1.
According to a story published in the New York Post, this wasn't Grays first brush with the law. He was arrested last March on charges of strangulation and property damage. That case is still pending.
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