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Man Charged with Pointing Gun at Woman He Passed on I-95 at Old Lyme |  Connecticut News

OLD LYME, CT (WFSB) – A man faces charges for pointing a gun at a woman on I-95 South in Old Lyme.

Noah Jones, 55, of Old Lyme, has been charged with First Degree Threatening, Second Degree Public Order Violation and First Degree Reckless Endangerment.

State police said a caller dialed 911 to report that a man driving a beige Ram 1500 pickup truck with Maine plates pointed a black handgun at her from inside his truck.

The suspect made the move as he passed her in the left lane.

The soldiers said they were able to find the truck in the area of ​​Exit 66.

They said they used an “inside box” maneuver to stop the man.

Jones was identified as the suspect after successfully arresting him.

During a search, soldiers said they found an empty pistol holder on Jones’s belt.

Jones then admitted that there was a Glock 19 hidden under his back seat. The soldiers said he was within reach of the driver’s seat.

He was arrested and charged at that time.

Jones was released on bail without $ 10,000 bond and went to trial on December 7 in New London.

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