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Motorcyclist accused of threatening motorists with gun in Laurel, Park City

Posted at 2:41 PM, Jun 04, 2019
and last updated 2019-06-04 18:01:21-04
Ryan Allen Good (Yellowstone County Detention Center photo)

LAUREL – A man accused of pulling a handgun and threatening motorists while riding a motorcycle in Laurel and Park City has been arrested.

Ryan Allen Good, 23, is being held in the Yellowstone County jail on possible assault charges related to an incident in Laurel on Sunday.

Good also faces charges in Stillwater County for a similar incident in Park City on the same day, and authorities said he could face more charges pending a Billings Police Department Investigation.

According to a press release from the Laurel Police Department, the first incident happened in Laurel on Sunday when a man riding a Honda motorcycle pulled a handgun on a female driver and then fired a shot in the air.

A few hours later, the same motorcyclist pulled a handgun on a female driver and two children in Park City, threatened their lives and then fled, the press release states.

The motorcycle was later discovered in Laurel and investigators identified Good as a suspect. He was arrested after further investigation, the press release states.