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Man threatens driver with bow in road rage incident

A 23-year-old Shepherd man was arrested Saturday on a felonious assault charge after he pointed a bow and arrow at another man during a road rage incident.
According to the Montcalm County Sheriff Department, the incident occurred about 5:16 p.m. Saturday, October 1, when a 24-year-old Vestaburg man attempted to pass a pickup truck driven by the 23-year-old Shepherd man, near Vickeryville and Tamarack Roads in Home Township, Montcalm County. The vehicle being passed swerved toward the other, causing the passing vehicle to run off the road. As the parties reached the intersection of Vickeryville Road and Tamarack Road, both drivers exited their vehicles and confronted each other.
During the argument, the Shepherd man retrieved a bow and arrow from the back of his pickup. He loaded the bow with an arrow and mechanical broadhead (hunting tip), pulled the bow back at full draw and approached the other man, holding the arrow to his head. The Vestaburg man retreated to his vehicle, left the scene and contacted Montcalm County Sheriff’s Office to report the incident. The Sheriff’s Deputies responded and later located the suspect at his residence near Vestaburg, where he was arrested for the felonious assault.
No one was injured in the assault. The suspect was lodged in the Montcalm County Jail and his name is being withheld pending arraignment on charges.

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