A trucker almost struck a bicyclist in Lawrenceville Tuesday before pulling a gun and saying, "What are you going to do?" police said.
On Tuesday at 4:57 p.m., the Lawrence
Township Police Department received a 911 call from a 37-year-old male bicyclist
who reported he was almost struck by a tractor trailer traveling northbound on
Princeton Pike in the area of Fackler Road.
The tractor trailer driver pulled over on the northbound side of the roadway and an argument ensued. The tractor trailer driver pointed what appeared to be a black handgun at the bicyclist and said, “What are you going do?"
The tractor trailer driver got back into his truck and drove away.
The tractor trailer driver is described as an
African American male 6’4” tall 40-50 years old, muscular build, bald head,
blue jeans and white shirt. The tractor
trailer has a white cab with a gray trailer with possible New York registration
on the trailer. The case is being investigated by Ofc. Matthew
Grossi and Det. Kevin Reading. If anyone observed this incident, contact the
Lawrence Township Police Department at 609-896-1111.