Oswego, IL – Police Respond to Alleged Gun Threat on Route 34 Late Saturday Night

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Oswego, IL – Police responded to a report of a gun threat at a Panera drive-thru.

According to the Oswego Police Department, officers were dispatched around 8 p.m. following a call about a person in a black Cadillac allegedly pulling a gun on another driver. An I-REACH alert mobilized multiple agencies, leading to the stop of a similar vehicle on Route 34 near Heritage Drive, which was found uninvolved.

Video surveillance revealed a verbal altercation without weapons. Both parties left the scene. The stop caused a brief delay in westbound traffic on Route 34.

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