The driver, a grandmother who didn't want to give her name for fear of reprisals, said she was driving her son, daughter-in-law and 2-year-old grandson on Capital Boulevard Saturday afternoon when she noticed a car following too closely.
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I was just trying to get ready to get on the on-ramp," she said.
Along I-440 near Yonkers Road, the woman said, "I heard my son say, 'He's got a gun,' and I look over and I see a gun, pointed in my car, scanning in my car.
She pulled over to let him pass, but he continued to drive close to her and then pulled out a gun.
"I think i was just not going fast enough for him, I don't know.
She heard a loud noise – a tire had blown on her car. I knew I was having trouble holding the car," she said. The woman said although no one was hurt, she has nightmares about what could have happened.
They were able to safely pull over onto the shoulder, write down the man's license plate and call 911. Walker was being held on a ,000 bond Monday night.
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