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A Missoula man is now facing charges after two people say he pulled out a gun during a roadside argument.

On August 2nd, around 1:30 am, Helena police arrived on the 100 block of Valley and made contact with the victims who claimed they had been in a verbal argument with a man about each other's driving. The man was later identified as Brian McEvoy, 42, of Missoula. At one point, the victims say McEvoy pulled a gun out, pointed it at them, and chased them back to their vehicle. HPD was told this is when McEvoy began throwing items out of the victims' vehicle and stole their American flag. 

McEvoy is facing one count of Robbery, one count of Criminal Mischief, and two counts of Assault With a Weapon.

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