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BELLEVUE, Wash. —

Police in Washington state arrested and charged a 40-year-old Washington man they say rear-ended another motorist, drew a gun, refused to obey orders given by police, then punched a police officer and allegedly threatened to kill officer.

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Authorities also impounded the suspect’s vehicle, a red Chevrolet Camaro with a vanity license plate that reads “DIRTBAG,” according to the Bellevue Police Department. The suspect remains unnamed at this time.

The incident — described by police as a “series of bad decisions” — began when the man allegedly rear-ended another man at a car wash in Bellevue.

The driver rear-ended by the suspect began taking photos of the incident, according to the police, at which point the suspect drew a handgun and got out of his car, pointing the gun at the victim. Police were summoned — but the suspect refused to get out of his car once they arrived, fighting them and punching one Bellevue officer in the face, according to the department....