San Diego Police Officer Arrested Charged With Wielding Gun In Highway Rage Incident


SAN DIEGO (CNS) – An off-duty San Diego police officer was arrested Thursday on costs of brandishing a gun throughout a highway rage incident in Clairemont.

Officer William Carter-Torres was suspended from the division “(a) s as quickly as Chief David Nisleit realized of the incident,” the San Diego Police Division stated in a press release.

Nisleit referred to as the allegations in opposition to Carter-Torres “deeply disturbing” and stated the actions he’s accused of “won’t be tolerated underneath any circumstances.”

A girl who referred to as police round 9:15 a.m. reported {that a} man pulled the gun “threateningly” throughout a highway rage incident, police stated.

She offered police with the automobile’s license plate quantity and investigators decided the driving force was Carter-Torres, authorities stated. The automobile was his private automobile, police stated.

The officer, who labored for the division for 3 years and was assigned to the central division, was arrested on suspicion of brandishing a gun, police stated.

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