A 58-year-old Greenville man was arraigned on several charges Tuesday, after pointing a gun at another motorist Monday, November 30, in a road rage incident in Isabella County.
According to the Michigan State Police in Mount Pleasant, the incident occurred on US127, north of E. Rosebush Rd, in Isabella Township, Isabella County.
They said that a 33-year-old man from Farwell, Michigan, was traveling northbound on US127, when the suspect vehicle blocked him from passing, so he flashed his lights at the suspect vehicle. The two vehicles continued northbound, and as the victim proceeded to pass, he saw the suspect point a handgun at him. The victim backed off, and reported the incident to the Isabella County Central Dispatch. The information was then forwarded to the Clare County Dispatch to be on the lookout for the suspect vehicle.
Troopers located the suspect in Clare County and made a traffic stop, with the assistance of the Clare County Sheriff’s Department. The investigation showed the suspect was legally carrying a .40 caliber handgun. He was then arrested and lodged in the Isabella County jail on a charge of felonious assault.
The suspect, identified as Neil Eugene Endsley, 58, of Greenville, was arraigned on Tuesday, December 2 in Isabella County Trial Court on charges of felonious assault with a dangerous weapon, felony firearm, and reckless driving.