(KOIN) — A man was arrested for reportedly pointing what appeared to be a gun at passing vehicles on an Interstate 5 exit ramp Thursday afternoon in Salem.
According to Oregon State Police (OSP), it was discovered to be a homemade object that had been fashioned to look like a handgun.
At about 3:45 p.m. Thursday, troopers responded multiple reports that a man was pointing a gun at drivers coming off the I-5 southbound Mission Street exit ramp.
They spotted a 52-year-old man carrying the fake gun in a holster on his belt and apprehended him at gunpoint. There were no injuries.
Noe Gonzalez was lodged in the Marion County Jail on charges of menacing and disorderly conduct.