Man arrested after police say he pointed gun at Concord couple

This undated image shows lights on a Bay Area police vehicle. (KGO-TV)

Officers arrested a man on suspicion of brandishing a firearm after he allegedly pointed a handgun at a Concord couple on their way to the store Saturday, police said.

A man driving a white Buick Regal in the area of Willow Pass Road and Farm Bureau Road pointed a gun at the couple as he drove past them, Concord police said. The couple was able to photograph the suspect, and police quickly found the Buick at a Concord home.

Clinton Kimbark, 33, was identified as the Buick's driver, and a loaded handgun was found in his car, police said. Kimbark was arrested on suspicion of brandishing a firearm and possession of a loaded firearm in public, according to police.

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