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Man charged, cattle prod seized after road rage incident in Midland: OPP

After speaking with the suspect, police say, officers seized a conductive energy device, also known as a cattle prod. Police handout

A 25-year-old man from Tay Township has been charged after a reported road rage incident in Midland on Saturday night, OPP say.

Officers responded to a report of a male driver being threatened by another male driver on King Street, police say.

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The victim and suspect were located in a convenience store parking lot on Midland Avenue, OPP add.

After speaking with the suspect, police say, officers seized a conductive energy device, also known as a cattle prod.

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Michael Zachary Corriveau was subsequently charged with possession of a restricted weapon at an unauthorized place and assault with a weapon, police say.

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According to officers, the accused was released on a recognizance to appear before the Ontario Court of Justice in Midland on Aug. 29.

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