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Nation IN BRIEF : WASHINGTON, D.C. : Greyhound Driver Charged in Gun Case

April 09, 1990|From Times staff and Wire reports

A replacement driver for Greyhound Bus Lines was charged with carrying a dangerous weapon after he brandished a rifle during a confrontation with striking bus workers, officials said. Charles E. King, 45, had just returned to the Washington terminal after a trip and discovered that his personal vehicle had been vandalized, a company spokesman said. Witnesses said King retrieved the weapon from under the front seat of the vehicle and began threatening picketers with it.

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