MOORHEAD, Minn. (AP) – A North Dakota man faces charges after police say he displayed a handgun after a dispute over political bumper stickers with another driver in Minnesota.

Moorhead police say a woman reported she was driving when the 27-year-old man pulled up and began yelling about her sticker supporting Democratic presidential hopeful Elizabeth Warren. Authorities say the man pointed to his sticker supporting President Trump and later held up a gun inside his car. Police found a loaded handgun in his console.