Broward County

Woman Arrested After Road Rage Chase Ends in Lauderhill Police Parking Lot

Cierra Lesha Wilson, 37, is accused of pointing a gun at another driver during a road rage incident in Sunrise

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A case of road rage that started in Sunrise ended in the parking lot of the Lauderhill Police Department with an arrest a few blocks away, police said.

According to the arrest report, Cierra Lesha Wilson, 37, got into an argument with a woman in the 2600 block of Northwest 60th Avenue in Sunrise during which she pulled out a handgun and yelled “Come out the car [expletive] so I can shoot you.”

The woman drove off and called 911. Wilson followed her in a white Mazda CX5 all the way to the Lauderhill Police Department where the argument continued, the report stated.

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Cierra Wilson

Sunrise Police stopped the Mazda as it started to drive west on Oakland Park Boulevard. During questioning, police said Wilson claimed it was just a verbal argument.

Officers searched the Mazda and found a black 9mm Taurus firearm and a jar and plastic baggie under the seat containing a small amount of marijuana, police said.

Wilson was arrested Thursday on charges of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon and possession of cannabis. She was released from the Broward County Jail Friday on a $10,000 bond, records show.

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