Motorists points loaded pistol during road rage incident

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CHICKASHA, Okla. -- Grady County authorities are following a reported case of "road rage" involving a gun, the second in the state in the past week.

Police said another driver called *55 and that's how they were alerted to the situation.

The eyewitness told police she saw the driver traveling beside her vehicle pointing a loaded pistol at the window.

"The caller had identified a vehicle that had cut her off and that he rolled down the window and pointed a firearm at her." said Grady County Assistant DA James Walters.

Investigators say Heath Eberhart, 32, was traveling north on the H.E. Bailey Turnpike when he became infuriated.

Troopers tracked arrested Eberhart near Oklahoma City.

Inside his vehicle they found two loaded pistols.

Prosecutors say Eberhart does not have a conceal and carry license.

He is charged with a felony for pointing a firearm.

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