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CanadaDriver allegedly pulls gun on people who asked him to slow down, Toronto police say

17:31  01 june  2019
17:31  01 june  2019 Source:   globalnews.ca

Man charged for allegedly posing as a realtor, stealing $30,000 in jewelry at Oakville open house

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Scruggs says that the man walked over to her with his hands in his pockets, so she pulled the gun out and placed it on her lap. She left the scene and was pulled over by Jason Hill, who called the police , told officers that Scruggs actually pointed the weapon at him when he asked her to “ slow down .”

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Driver allegedly pulls gun on people who asked him to slow down, Toronto police say © Handout / Toronto Police Toronto police released images of a suspect vehicle Saturday after a driver allegedly pulled a gun on two people near the city's Midtown neighbourhood on Thursday.

Toronto police are hoping the public will be able to assist in identifying a suspect after a driver allegedly pulled a gun on a man and a woman after they asked him to slow down.

Police said they received a call at around 4 p.m. on Thursday for reports of a person with a gun in the area of Yonge Street and St. Clair Avenue.

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Investigators said they later determined that a man driving a white four-door Mercedes Benz C class car was speeding through a residential area shortly before the call came in.

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A man in Boynton Beach threatened his family members with a gun on Tuesday night after his brother asked him Horace’s brother said he then got down to his knees and started cursing, put the gun Horace then allegedly took the same gun and pointed it at his brother’s face, the police report states.

Tesla driver was pulled over by cops after allegedly sleeping drunk on Autopilot for 7 miles. The officers said that it took a while for them to wake up Samek. Once they did, they drove him to a If the driver fails to respond to an alert, the car will eventually slow down and come to a stop on the

Police said a man and a woman asked the driver to slow down, at which point he allegedly pointed a gun at them and made threats before driving down Yonge Street.

The driver has been described as a man in his 20s with a medium build and short black hair.

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On Saturday, police released security images of a suspect vehicle in the hope that the public will be able to assist in locating the driver.

Police said he is considered armed and dangerous.

Anyone with information is asked to contact police at 416-808-5300 or Crime Stoppers anonymously 416-222-8477.

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