Facebook photos of a man pointing a gun toward a passing vehicle on I-35E in Lancaster on Friday.
Facebook photos of a man pointing a gun toward a passing vehicle on I-35E in Lancaster on Friday. Victoria Best Facebook
Facebook photos of a man pointing a gun toward a passing vehicle on I-35E in Lancaster on Friday. Victoria Best Facebook

Motorist who pointed gun at passing car on I-35E claims self-defense

August 07, 2017 03:36 PM

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