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Arlington road rage incident leads to three arrests, seizure of drugs and a gun

Arlington police seized a gun and marijuana in three arrests stemming from a road rage incident.
Arlington police seized a gun and marijuana in three arrests stemming from a road rage incident.

A reported road rage incident led to the arrest of two people on outstanding warrants and drug-related charges and a third for possession of a firearm by a felon and marijuana possession, Arlington police say.

Police were responding to a report of squealing tires Friday night in the 400 block of Highlander Boulevard, police spokesman Lt. Christopher Cook said.

Officers "located three cars which appeared to have been in a road rage situation," Cook said.

In one car was Jerome Robinson, who was later charged with illegal possession of a firearm by a felon and marijuana possession.

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Jerome Robinson Arlington Police

The second car yielded two arrests. Jillian Cross was arrested on two charges of drug paraphernalia possession, two outstanding warrants and one count of marijuana possession, Cook said.

She "may face additional charges related to identification cards and credit cards located in her possession," Cook added.

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Jillian Cross Arlington Police

Jacob Phifer was arrested on two charges of drug paraphernalia possession, two outstanding warrants and one count of marijuana possession as well.

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Jacob Phifer Arlington Police

The occupants of the third vehicle were released, Cook said.

Stephen English: 817-390-7330, @sbenglish74
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