Man charged after pointing gun at woman he gave I-95 in Old Lyme | Connecticut News
OLD LYME, CT (WFSB) – A man faces charges of pointing a gun at a woman on I-95 southbound in Old Lyme.
Noah Jones, 55, of Old Lyme, was charged with first degree intimidation, second degree breach of peace and first degree reckless endangerment.
According to state police, a person called 911 to report that a man driving a brown Ram 1500 pickup truck with Maine license plates pointed a black pistol at her from inside his truck.
The suspect was moving when he passed her in the left lane.
Soldiers said they could find the truck in the exit 66 area.
They said they used an “inner box” method to ask the man to stop.
Jones was identified as a suspect after they successfully pulled him.
During an inspection, soldiers said they found an empty pistol case on Jones’ belt.
Jones later admitted that there was a Glock 19 hidden under his back seat. The soldiers said it was within reach of the driver’s seat.
He was arrested and charged at the time.
Jones was released on a $10,000 unsecured bond and appeared in court on December 7 in New London.
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