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Massachusetts State Troopers quickly locate and arrest suspect in road rage incident

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“At approximately 10:47 a.m. a motorist reported while she was exiting Route 93 southbound on the ramp to the Route 60 rotary in Medford, another vehicle tried to merge into her route of travel. As the other vehicle approached her, the male driver brandished what appeared to be a handgun.

Within moments several Massachusetts State Police Troopers descended upon the area and located the suspect vehicle in the area of Main Street, near the Medford Police Station. Troopers stopped the suspect and conducted an investigation. Troopers recovered a pellet gun consistent in appearance with an actual handgun.

The suspect was arrested and transported to the State Police-Medford Barracks for booking on a charge of assault with a dangerous weapon. The defendant is identified as PATRICK T. INGEMI JR., 32, of Stoneham. He was expected to be arraigned this afternoon at Somerville District Court.

The pellet gun seized from him had an extended magazine and an attached laser sight. The Troopers from our Medford Barracks did outstanding work locating the suspect so quickly and taking him into custody without further incident. Trooper Ryan Resmini was the Trooper who first located the suspect vehicle and he was assisted by Troopers Jonathan Arias and Donald Henry.”-Massachusetts State Police.


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