Prince George’s County cop suspended after allegedly pointing a gun at a driver in Annapolis

A Prince George’s County police officer has been suspended after he was arrested for allegedly pointing his gun at another driver in Annapolis.

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The department says James Thornley was off-duty and on his way home in his personal vehicle when the incident occurred.

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He was still wearing his police uniform.

They say Thornley is an 18-year veteran of the force.

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According to Prince George’s County police, Thornley faces assault and weapons charges in the city of Annapolis.