On Friday a 71 year old male with no fixed address was involved in a road rage incident with a woman on State Route 2 in Painesville Township.
MENTOR -- Police here are warning drivers about the dangers both drivers and police officers face when there's 'road rage.'
Here's what happened on Friday, according to the police department's Facebook page.
Police say that Friday a 71-year-old man with no fixed address was involved in a road rage incident with a woman on State Route 2 in Painesville Township.
His vehicle struck the female's vehicle and she called 911 as they entered Mentor.
A Mentor officer located him and stopped him.
According to the MPD Facebook page, officers saw that he had a loaded 45 caliber Glock handgun, a mini revolver, a rifle, ammunition, and a machete in his car.
Police say one of the handguns was loaded and in the dashboard easily within reach of the driver. The other handgun was also loaded and was in a bag on the front floor of the vehicle.
He was charged with three counts of carrying concealed weapons (felonies) and one count of carrying concealed weapons, a misdemeanor.
Police say this is an example of the dangers officers face as well as drivers involved in road rage incidents and drivers should be careful.