Side note: I'm surprised I beat TheeBadOne to this! As if he'd care, though. http://www.startribune.com/local/84584517.html?elr=KArksUUUoDEy3LGDiO7aiU One driver flashes loaded gun at another in St. Cloud One motorist is now in jail after the conflict on a busy street. Star Tribune Last update: February 17, 2010 - 7:26 PM A motorist flashed his headlights after being cut off on a busy St. Cloud street, prompting the other driver to flash a loaded handgun in an act that led to his arrest, according to authorities. The person arrested, a 30-year-old man from Little Falls, was jailed Tuesday and later released pending possible charges. Police said he has no criminal history. The suspect has a permit to carry his weapon in public, said police Sgt. Martin Sayre. According to police: The 30-year-old, driving an SUV, cut off the other driver, a 38-year-old St. Cloud man, shortly before 6 p.m. on Division Street near 12th Avenue. The second motorist reacted by flashing his headlights and honking at the SUV driver. As the two vehicles headed west on Division, the SUV driver brandished a handgun, making sure the other motorist saw it. "The victim reported being in fear for his life and notified police," read a statement from St. Cloud police. Officers pulled over the suspect and arrested him. A loaded gun and his weapon permit were found in the vehicle. Of course my girlfriends parents, who do not like guns, pointed this out. They don't know I carry (there's no reason for them to). Thanks for the counter-productive arrest, a-hole. Thanks for giving people a tiny tiny bit more ammo (pun intended) against permit holders. It's like the CIA: you never hear about people just regularly carrying, and hardly do you hear about the affect it has on crime. If someone gets arrested and they have a permit, though (no matter what they're arrested for), it's HEADLINES.