Not guilty plea entered for man accused of pulling gun in road rage incident

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FAIRBANKS, Alaska A not guilty plea was entered in court yesterday for man accused of pulling a gun during a road rage incident on the Parks Highway.

Evan Gentry, 24, of Fairbanks was arrested in late April after allegedly being involved in a road rage incident. He pleaded not guilty to two counts of third degree assault and one count of reckless endangerment.

Evan Gentry, 24, of Fairbanks was arrested in late April after allegedly being involved in a road rage incident. He pleaded not guilty to two counts of third degree assault and one count of reckless endangerment.

Charging documents say that Gentry and his girlfriend, Emilie Anderson where driving back from Nenana when the incident happened. Gentry was on a motorcycle and Anderson was driving a black pick-up truck.

The victim allegedly passed their vehicles and according to Gentry almost hit Anderson's truck which had their kids in it. Gentry became angry and attempted to get the victim to pull over by waving his gun at them and breaking in front of them and at times driving at speeds over 90 mph.

The victim's wife was able to video some of the incident. The video shows Anderson using her truck to attempt to side swipe the victims truck, forcing it into oncoming traffic. All of this occurred while children were riding within Anderson's vehicle.

Anderson has not been charged.