A frightened Sun Prairie mother called for police Friday morning after a man dressed in camouflage pointed a rifle at her and her four children after a road rage incident, according to the Madison Police Department.
The victim said she was driving into Madison around 8:40 a.m. when she said she must have cut another driver off near the Windsor exit on Highway 51.
She said the next thing she knew, an older-model, blue or gray, four-door Honda sped up, got in front of her and slammed on the brakes in the 5000 block of East Washington Avenue, near High Crossing Boulevard.
She told police she passed the car on the left, but as she did, she could see the driver aiming a rifle at her while angrily mouthing words at her.
The woman said she did not recall cutting the man off. The man was descibed as a white man, about 30-years-old with a slender build. He was wearing military-style camouflage clothing.