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    Loudoun deputies investigate road rage incident in Sterling

    A Manassas man declined to pursue charges Friday following a road rage incident in Sterling that ended with the other driver pulling out a firearm.

    The 11:24 a.m. incident at the intersection of Old Ox Road and Pacific Boulevard involved the Manassas man and the driver of a white Toyota pick-up truck.

    Both men stopped in the area and the driver of the pick-up brandished a firearm and made threatening statements, according to Loudoun County Sheriff's Office reports. The driver then left the area.

    Reports did not explain what the men were arguing about.

    Comments

    This is the perfect example of failed government responses to perceived problems.  Since “criminals with guns kill people”, lets ban all guns from all people, yet, criminals with guns still kill people.  Since vandals vandalize property at the park, lets ban all peoples from the park, yet vandals still vandalize property at the park.  Instead of focusing on the problem…vandals committing crimes…they focus on keeping the law-abiding public from enjoying the fruits of their tax dollars.

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