MPD: Person draws gun on teenagers in high school parking lot following road rage on Beltline

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MADISON, Wis. — Madison police are looking for the person who followed teenage drivers to a high school parking lot and drew a handgun on them Monday afternoon.

According to the incident report, police were sent to James Madison Memorial High School on 201 South Gammon Road at 1:36 p.m.

Officials said the person was in their vehicle on the Beltline and saw another vehicle driving “erratically.” Police said the person followed the vehicle to the school’s parking lot and confronted the teenagers.

The report said the person began to argue with the teenagers and showed a handgun after returning to their vehicle. Authorities said the person left the area before police arrived.

Police were not able to confirm whether the person with the handgun was a man or woman, and the report did not list their description.

An investigation is ongoing, and the Madison Metropolitan School District was notified of the situation.