Rock Hill Police arrested a man who reportedly pointed a gun at two people while driving down Cherry Road.
Spencer Arnold, 26, followed a man and his daughter in a PT Cruiser while driving his 2013 Ford F-150 Saturday morning, a Rock Hill Police report states.
The father told police he changed lanes in front of Arnold near the intersection of Cherry and Celanese roads. Arnold then followed them aggressively, the father told police, before pulling up next to them at the intersection of Cherry and Anderson roads and pointed a black handgun at them.
Police located Arnold near Ebinport Road and found a Smith & Wesson .40-caliber pistol, ammunition and a knife inside his truck.
Arnold told police the other driver was the aggressor in the situation. He said he displayed the pistol, but did not point it at the victims, in an attempt to stop the other driver’s aggressive behavior, the report states.
Arnold was arrested and charged with pointing firearm. He is held at the Rock Hill jail on a $7,500 bond.