Bowen was arrested for allegedly pointing a gun at another driver on the highway.
(Baltimore County Police )
Baltimore County police arrested an off-duty trooper with the Maryland State Police for allegedly pointing a gun at another driver in a road rage incident while on Interstate 695 in Baltimore Sunday evening.
The suspect, identified as Zachary Tyler Bowen, 28, allegedly accelerated next to a man and a woman driving on the outer loop of the highway after the duo changed lanes. Bowen then allegedly pointed a gun at them. It was not immediately clear what led to the alleged disagreement.
The passengers in the other vehicle were able to identify from Bowen to the police and he was later arrested at his home in Baltimore County without incident, police said.
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He is charged with two counts of first-degree assault, two counts of second-degree assault and use of a firearm in a felony crime.
Bowen, who has been a state trooper since 2012, was suspended without pay, according to The Associated Press.