Soldiers arrest driver after ‘road rage incident’ during winter storm on I-80
OGALLALA, Neb. (Nebraska) – A Missouri truck driver was arrested on Saturday following a “road rage incident” on I-80 near Ogallala. NSP said a lorry driver was apparently frustrated with traffic slowdowns during a winter storm and threatened another driver with a knife.
At approximately 5:00 PM MT, Nebraska State Patrol soldiers said they were performing traffic control at the Interstate 80 interchange in Ogallala when a vehicle stopped near a soldier and reported a driver who had threatened him with a knife .
According to the NSP, the victim said a semi-driver got out of his lorry, approached the victim’s vehicle and threatened the driver with a knife.
Soldiers investigated the incident and identified Barry Bynum, 67, of St. Clair, Missouri, as the semi-driver.
NSP said Bynum was arrested and held in the Keith County Jail for reporting terrorist threats, possession of a deadly weapon while committing a felony, and third-degree assault.
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