Cincinnati preacher convicted in road-rage gun incident

A 71-year-old Cincinnati preacher has been convicted of aggravated menacing, after another motorist said he waved a gun and cursed at her.

Thomas Howell could get up to six months in jail on the misdemeanor charge when he’s sentenced Sept. 4.

Howell says he was on his way to First Commandment Church of the Living God in the East Walnut Hills neighborhood when April Evans cut him off on June 23. During yesterday’s trial, Howell testified that he has a gun and permit but denied ever removing the weapon from its holster.

But a Hamilton County municipal court judge sided with Evans, who said the preacher threatened to shoot her and called her names as their cars chased each other.


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One Response to Cincinnati preacher convicted in road-rage gun incident

  1. dan says:

    This wouldn’t have happened if cutting off another driver was properly addressed in the Old Testament

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