Two of Andy Reid's sons were involved in two separate incidents Tuesday, and one of them was taken to a local hospital for a blood test after police found drug paraphernalia in his possession, according to investigators.
The man, a local carpenter, told police that he and a man in his 20s with reddish hair, driving a black SUV, exchanged curse words and hand gestures as they jockeyed for position on an area road Tuesday
When the two stopped at a red light, the carpenter said the man got out of his SUV, threatened him verbally and flashed a gun at him before fleeing, according to police.
Following the incident, investigators filed warrants for the Reid home and SUV.
A source tells NBC 10 News that investigators recovered two weapons; one from the SUV and a platinum handgun from the Reid home. The source also said that police recovered drugs from the SUV.
In a separate incident, a second son of Reid's, 24-year-old Garrett Reid, was found to have drug paraphernalia -- but not drugs -- on him after he was involved in a car crash Tuesday afternoon.
A 55-year-old woman, injured in the crash, was released from the hospital Wednesday.
Police did not receive the blood test results yet and did not immediately file any charges