A 30-year old Kennewick man was taken into custody Tuesday evening for Assault first-Degree after a road rage incident the day before.

Osbaldo Hermosillo was taken into custody after Pasco Police identified him as the suspect who allegedly pointed a gun at another driver and made a threat.

On Monday at about 7:15 PM, a male victim met with a Pasco Police officer at Applebee’s on Road 68. The man reported that he was tailgated on the freeway and then followed and harassed by a male driver over an apparent road rage incident. The victim claimed to not know what that incident was. However, he did provide police with a description of the pickup truck, the male driver, and a pistol the driver allegedly pointed at him in detail. The victim claims a threat was made as the pistol was pointed at him.

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On Tuesday, Pasco Police Officer James Garza located the suspect, Osbaldo Hermosillo driving a pickup in the same area where the alleged road rage incident occurred on Monday.

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Officer Garza stopped Hermosillo with probable cause to arrest him and to impound the vehicle so that a search warrant could be obtained to recover the visible pistol inside the cab.

Hermosillo did provide police with a concealed weapons permit to carry. He was arrested and booked into the Franklin County Jail on an investigative hold for Assault Fist-Degree.

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