(KOIN) -- A man was arrested for reportedly pointing what appeared to be a gun at passing vehicles on an Interstate 5 exit ramp Thursday afternoon in Salem.
According to Oregon State Police (OSP), it was discovered to be a homemade object that had been fashioned to look like a handgun.
At about 3:45 p.m. Thursday, troopers responded multiple reports that a man was pointing a gun at drivers coming off the I-5 southbound Mission Street exit ramp.
They spotted a 52-year-old man carrying the fake gun in a holster on his belt and apprehended him at gunpoint. There were no injuries.
Noe Gonzalez was lodged in the Marion County Jail on charges of menacing and disorderly conduct.
Kelsey McCune will make his first court appearance Monday afternoon on charges he kidnapped and raped an Oregon City teenager, the daughter of one of his friends.
PGE crews are still working to repair a failed underground cable that caused a fire and power outage on Sunday, leaving a large portion of downtown Portland -- including City Hall -- in the dark.
District officials said the school would only close early if classrooms got too chilly.
Deputies say the suspect continued to fire a rifle until deputies arrived.