The Paramus Police Department announces the arrest of Dennis Music, 51, of Garfield, for Terroristic Threats and Weapons Possession stemming from a road rage incident.
According to police officials, on January 10, at approximately 5:32 a.m., the Paramus Police Department responded to a call of a road rage incident that occurred on Farview Avenue near Shubert Lane.
Police said that the victim of the incident reported that a male occupying a Jeep Wrangler had pointed a handgun with a red laser sight at him during the incident.
Paramus Detective Daniel Cullen was able to track down the alleged actor to his place of employment located in Paramus.
According to police, at that location, Cullen placed Music under arrest and recovered the handgun, which turned out to be an airsoft gun that resembled an actual handgun.
Police officials stated that the suspect was placed under arrest for terroristic threats and possession of a weapon for an unlawful purpose.
He was transported to Paramus Police Headquarters, where he was booked and processed.
The suspect was released on his own recognizance.
The defendant is presumed innocent until and unless proven guilty beyond a reasonable doubt.