Road rage incident leads to arrest at credit union


WAUKESHA — Police arrested a man at a Grandview Boulevard credit union following a road rage incident on Friday afternoon.

Waukesha Police Lt. Kevin Rice said in a release that dispatchers received a 911 call at 3:09 p.m. A man reported he had been threatened with a gun in the Landmark Credit Union parking lot, 2400 N. Grandview Blvd. Before officers arrived, the man said he “fled the scene” and had seen the suspect enter Landmark.

“All available squads responded and set up a perimeter at the bank as it was still unknown what was occurring,” said Rice.

Officers made contact with Landmark staff, who said the suspect was inside, “being cooperative.” The suspect ultimately left the building and was arrested without incident for disorderly conduct.

“It was determined that the incident began as a ‘road rage’ incident and both vehicles pulled into the Landmark Credit Union parking lot,” said Rice in the release. The

two men then continued arguing. Eventually the suspect threw a bullet at the victim and said something like “the next one will go through you.” The victim then called 911, but never saw a gun.

The suspect was booked and released, said Rice.

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