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MEMPHIS, Tenn. — An officer of the law was indicted for a 2015 road rage incident on the interstate.

According to the District Attorney’s Officer, 48-year-old David Meskenas was indicted on aggravated assault charges.

In February 2015, Sergeant Meskenas was relieved of duty after he was accused of pointing a gun at a motorist.

According to the report, the driver was traveling down I-240 near Norris Road when a gray van with government tags slowed down.

The van’s driver then pointed a gun at the driver and flashed a badge at him.

The driver wrote down the van’s tag and filed a complaint with the police department.

He even gave a description of the officer to authorities.

A warrant for Meskenas was issued on February 26.

Meskenas had been with MPD since June 1989 and was assigned to Economic Crimes.

Since the incident, he has retired.