Well, he may not have had the gun registered/it belonged to someone else in the car and the police can't ask to see the gun based on hearsay...they'd need a warrant. While I believe your testimony, I doubt anything will come of this if Berry didn't allow the police to search his car and they couldn't find the gun in question listed to him in the registration files.
Not true, you point a gun at someone and they report it to police they will first clear the car and put them all on the ground, then search for the gun, and when they find it they will arrest the people in the car, or at the very least the person accused of pulling the gun...
The ending charge/punishment is only probation and a couple hundred bucks, but they will respond to a complaint of a gun. If they do not, and that gun kills someone later that night they are responsible..
One of dozens of stories like this one:http://www.timesherald.com/article/20120216/NEWS01/120219703
The victim reported to Upper Merion police that the Toyota driver pulled up next to his vehicle, rolled down his passenger side window and yelled, “Watch who you’re (expletive) with, you never know who has a gun,” according to the criminal complaint. Bohachevsky then reportedly reached into the passenger door pocket, grabbed a holster containing a handgun, pointed the weapon at the other driver, then he put the gun on the dashboard. Not long after, Upper Merion police officers Michael Bruner and Drew Miller stopped the Toyota on North Henderson Road near Hunter’s Run. The driver was ordered out of the vehicle, and he admitted to police he had gun. Inside the Toyota, police recovered a loaded Sig Sauer P232 .38-caliber firearm tucked into a tan-colored holster. The weapon had a “full magazine” of ammunition with a chambered round that could have been fired if the trigger had been pulled, authorities reported.
A person who shows or indicates that they have a gun with http://paopencarry.org/pdfs/Pennsylvania_Gun_Rights.pdf
the intent to intimidate another person can be charged with
various forms of assault, including Terroristic Threats.
If this happened and the cops did nothing about it, I would suggest contacting the police department and speaking with someone in charge....