Nashua road rage incident ends with one man at gunpoint
NASHUA - A road rage incident in Nashua led to an argument between two N.H. men that resulted in 31-year-old Christopher Nazario reportedly holding another driver at gunpoint.
According to police, Nazario, of Hudson, and Anthony Santiago passed over the Sagamore Bridge and approached the F.E. Turnpike early Friday morning.
The pair continued onto Ledge Street where Nazario allegedly passed Sanitago illegally. Nazario then hit his breaks forcing Santiago to swerve only to have Nazario turn and collide with Santiago's car, pushing him into a bus stop terminal.
Police said Nazario then stepped out of his car with a gun and ordered Santiago to get out of his car and onto the ground. Officers arrived and arrested Nazario, who is charged with two felonies. Both men sustained only minor injuries as a result of the accident.