An Oklahoma Judge was Arrested in Texas for Firing his Gun and Road Rage

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An Oklahoma judge was arrested in Texas for firing his gun and road rage according to KFOR. Brian Lovell, a long-time Garfield County judge, was arrested in Austin, Texas on September 11th, and is facing charges of deadly misconduct, discharge of firearm, and reckless driving. He allegedly shot at least five cars in an intersection. He also slammed his white SUV into the back of a woman’s car. They got into an argument and he “intentionally” hit the woman’s car again to push it into oncoming traffic.

Brian Lovell was a special district judge in Garfield County since January 2011. His colleague, Judge Paul Woodward, “Had a lot of respect” for him.

The original article by KFOR can be found here.