Police arrested two more suspects in a road rage case caught on camera at a Gainesville gas station.
Video shows a woman waving a gun at a man during the road rage incident on August 5.
Police found and arrested 30-year-old Jacob Sylvester shortly after the altercation because he was driving a truck with his business name on it.
Action News Jax learned his brother, 25-year-old Roger Sylvester, and girlfriend, 26-year-old Kasey Adkins, were arrested on Monday.
Gainesville Police Department said the group followed a man to a gas station then attacked him after he honked his horn at them.
The victim told police the suspects started yelling and threw a can of beer into his car.
They then followed him to a gas station and the men punched the victim, he said.
Adkins got out of the truck with a gun and pointed it at the victim.
One of the men wrestled the gun out of her hand and pushed her back in the truck.
As the group began to leave, the victim said he attempted to take a picture of the truck. The two exited the truck, and allegedly hit the victim and took the cell phone.
Jacob Sylvester and brother Roger Sylvester also arrested in Gainesville road rage incident at gas station pic.twitter.com/Db96SNJRWN— ActionNewsJax (@ActionNewsJax) August 22, 2016
Jacob Sylvester is charged with robbery by sudden snatching and aggravated assault.
Roger Sylvester is charged with robbery by sudden snatching and simple battery.
Adkins is charged with aggravated assault.
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