CLARK COUNTY, Ind. (WHAS11) – A Kentucky National Guardsman is accused of waving a gun at driver on the Kennedy Bridge during an apparent road rage incident.
Jeremy Mull, a Clark County prosecutor who filed the alleged road rage case, said Michael Sullivan felt he was cut off by the other driver and that is when he pulled out the gun.
The incident carried over to a Marathon gas station in Clarksville, Ind. where both men reportedly got our of their cars and got into a verbal altercation.
After the altercation at the gas station, police determined Sullivan was illegally in possession of that firearm.
Sullivan served one year overseas and now his career is in jeopardy. He was slated to return to Kuwait next week.
Sullivan's father, a principal at a school in Mississippi, drove overnight to be with his son in a Clark County courtroom Friday.