ROAD RAGE: Arrest In Iowa State Incident Involving Gun
Iowa State University police have released the name of a man who allegedly displayed a gun during a road rage incident Monday night on campus.
Police say 22-year-old Patrick Stall was following a vehicle in the area of Lincoln Way and Grand Avenue.
Police say they don’t know why Stall became agitated, but he started flashing his lights, honking the horn, and gesturing at the occupants in the other vehicle. He followed them to Lot 100 near the Lied Recreation Center.
In the parking lot, Stall exited his vehicle and began yelling at the people in the car. He pulled a black handgun from underneath his coat, but the victims say he did not point the gun at them.
The victims fled the parking lot and called ISU Police. They gave a suspect description and an ISU Alert was sent out notifying students about the incident.
Through tips, police were able to identify Stall as a suspect.
About 10:00 p.m. Stall contacted the Story County Sheriff’s Office and made arrangements to turn himself in. He is charged with third degree harassment, aggravated assault, and carrying a weapon. His bond is set at $4,300.