A Rollinsford, New Hampshire man allegedly flashed a gun while driving on I-95 Saturday morning.

According to Boston.com, a road rage incident was called into Massachusetts State Police around Saturday AM from a driver who said another motorist flashed the gun at him while they were both driving on 95. Once alerted, police investigated.

According to their statement, a Nissan Sentra and was traveling northbound in the area of Exit 50.” “Troopers converged on the area and Trooper Patrick Haynes of the Commercial Vehicle Enforcement Section located the vehicle traveling northbound in the area of Exit 52 in Boxford and stopped the vehicle near Exit 53 in Newbury.”

It was there they found a Taurus Spectrum .380-caliber pistol with a fully loaded magazine inside the car. It was determined the driver of the vehicle was Matthew Meserve, 31, of Rollinsford, New Hampshire.

Meserve was arrested and charged with assault with a dangerous weapon (firearm), possession of a firearm without a license, possession of ammunition without an FID, and carrying a loaded firearm. Meserve was held on $1,000 bail and was slated to be arraigned in court Tuesday.

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