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Man arrested in College Station road rage gun incident released on bond

The man is accused of pulling out a gun after he and a motorcyclist got into an argument.
Credit: BRAZOS CO. JAIL
Charles Schaefer, 24, of College Station, is charged with aggravated assault with a deadly weapon. He's accused of pulling out a gun after he and a motorcyclist got into an argument about driving.

COLLEGE STATION, Texas — A College Station man has been released from jail after being accused of pulling a gun on a motorcyclist during a moment of road rage.

Charles Schaefer, 24, is charged with aggravated assault with a deadly weapon.  He was released Monday on a $10,000 bond.

It happened Sunday just before 3 p.m. near the intersection of Harvey Mitchell Parkway and Holleman South.  Schaefer, who was driving a Ford F250, got into an argument with a motorcyclist, police said, and the two stopped at the intersection.

The motorcyclist told police Schaefer pulled out a gun and pointed it at him before trying to drive off, according to court documents.  The motorcyclist then followed Schaefer until police arrived at the scene.

A check of Schaefer's record in Brazos County shows no other road rage incidents at this time.  Police were able to arrest him without further incident.

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