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Nueces County Judge may be connected to road rage incident

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An alleged road rage incident may be connected to 148th District Judge Guy Williams. 

According to a 911 call on April 28th, a woman gave dispatchers a license plate number of a vehicle involved in an alleged road rage incident. Police confirmed that incident may be involving Judge Guy Williams.

Action 10 News was able to get a copy of the 911 log. The woman told police, "a man had road rage and tried to run them off the road," in the area of SPID and Airline. According to the log, the woman claims the driver then pulled a gun on them before taking off. 

She drove into a nearby parking lot and waited for police. 

The Nueces County District Attorney's Office released the following statement, "Because a report was made on a matter allegedly involving an elected official, our office referred the matter to the Texas Rangers and office of attorney general so as to avoid even the mere appearance of impropriety,"

At this time, no charges have been filed and there is no active investigation. 

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