MESA, AZ - Three lanes of the US 60 were shut down Thursday night after a Mesa motorcycle officer saw two drivers going at it on the freeway.
Sgt. Tony Landato said the "road rage" incident happened around 6:30 p.m. on the eastbound US 60 and Stapley Drive.
Landato said the officer pulled over both vehicles and found both drivers had a weapon.
Authorities are still trying to sort out who the victim is. They said the drivers allegedly pointed their weapons at each other.
Landato said no one was injured. Police said both drivers could be charged.
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