Calgary police officer arrested after allegedly pointing gun at driver who made rude gesture

A Calgary police officer has been charged criminally, accused of pointing a gun at a driver who made a rude gesture at the constable and his partner.

The incident happened in October 2016 when two uniformed officers in an unmarked police vehicle pulled a car over after witnessing what they believed was the driver making a rude gesture toward them. Police wouldn't elaborate on what the gesture was.

During the traffic stop, the "driver allegedly stopped and then moved forward a few more car lengths before fully stopping," Calgary police said in a written statement.


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