Three Chilliwack women were shaken by a bizarre experience on Bailey Road last weekend.
A 20-year-old man was driving home on Saturday morning (September 17) around 12:30 am. Bailey’s Perst He was on his way to the road and they were forced to stop near a fork in the Bailey Landfill when they came across a man placing a large pylon in the middle of the road. He was wearing a high-visibility reflective vest, but was not part of the construction crew, the only lighting coming from their car and his car parked on the side of the road.
The woman driving the car immediately began to turn. She said the man appeared to have unzipped his jacket and pulled out what appeared to be a gun. He pointed it at them as he walked to their car, she said, and her passengers were sure what it was.
As her car was directed onto the Chilliwack River Road, she hit gas and they drove off while passengers called the police.
RCMP confirmed that the report came in 40 minutes after midnight.
Cpl. Carmen Keener of the Chilliwack RCMP said the man was concerned about the speed of traffic in the area and set up pylons to try to slow people down.
“Police were present at the scene and arrested a 25-year-old Chilliwack resident who was intoxicated,” said Chilliwack RCMP Cpl. Martin Godard. “The investigation found no weapons were involved and the man’s behavior was ill-judged. No criminal charges have been filed.”
A woman in Chilliwack fears an unexpected roadblock – Vernon Morning Star
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