SHINNSTON, W.Va. West Virginia State Police arrested a Lumberport man in a suspected road rage incident on Friday.

Troopers said Ernest Leggett, 67, was driving on Route 20 near the Harrison Power Station when he thought another motorist had cut him off and was driving too slowly.

Leggett allegedly shot a semi-automatic pistol out the window at least twice between the power station and the Shinnston Dollar General store.

Troopers said Leggett followed the victim into the Dollar General parking lot, where the victim continued to Route 19. The victim drove to the Bridgeport detachment of the WVSP after he confirmed Leggett was no longer following him.

The victim told troopers that when the incident occurred, he was traveling at the speed limit when he saw Leggett wave a pistol in the windshield and then fire out the window.

When troopers searched Leggett’s home, they found the clothes worn, the pistol, and confirmed gunshot residue on the clothes. Troopers said they also found marijuana and methamphetamine in the home.