Road Rage Leads To Gunfire

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JESSUP -- A man was arrested in Lackwanna County Wednesday afternoon after what state police call a case of road rage.

Troopers said Daniel Parliament, 30, of Beach Lake was taken into custody after he allegedly fired a gun out of his car he was driving toward a pick-up truck with two people in it.  It happened around 4:30 p.m. just before the Jessup exit on the Casey Highway.

According to state police, Parliament fired the gun after the pick-up truck pulled in front of him.

Troopers did find a gun Parliament's car, but he denies shooting at the other vehicle. He faces charges of aggravated assault and reckless endangerment.

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