Woman arrested for brandishing BB gun in road rage incident
POST FALLS, Idaho — Kootenai County Sheriff’s Deputies arrested a woman for pulling out a BB gun in a road rage incident.
Sunday afternoon, Deputies responded to a call near Atlas Road and Prairie Avenue. The victim said she pulled up next to a black Mitsubishi at a stop light, and when it turned green, the suspect car began following closely before trying to pass.
The victim reported that as the suspect vehicle passed, the driver pointed a gun at the victim and her occupants.
She was able to get the license plate number of the suspect vehicle, which Deputies tracked to a home in Coeur d’Alene.
Deputies met with a woman at the residence, later identified as 20-year-old Kady L. Dyer, who admitted to driving the Mitsubishi. She explained to Deputies that the victim cut her off, and that when she passed them, she pulled a BB gun out of her glovebox and pointed it at the victim.
Deputies arrested Dyer for aggravated assault. According to the Sheriff’s Office, Dyer has no prior arrests for misdemeanor probation violations warrants.
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