A man was arrested in Youngstown on Sunday after allegedly waving a firearm out the window of a pickup truck in a Taco Bell drive thru.

Police were dispatched to a Taco Bell on Fifth Avenue just before 1:00 a.m. Sunday morning in reference to a pickup truck in which a passenger was allegedly waving a firearm around outside of the window.

Police say the pickup truck had three occupants, one of which being suspect, 34-year-old Lamar Bailey, who was sitting in the back seat.

Police ordered all three occupants to keep their hands outside of the vehicle, but the driver was not cooperating and kept insisting that the officers had the wrong vehicle and they were there to pick up a DoorDash order.

One officer looked inside the vehicle and observed the magazine to a rifle. Police say they entered the vehicle and recovered the weapon that was found between Bailey's legs.

Bailey was placed under arrest for Improperly Handling a Firearm in a Motor Vehicle. Police say Bailey told them he was currently on parole for drug convictions, but police were unable to officially confirm this at the time.

A female witness spoke to police telling officers that she and her friend were behind the pickup truck in the drive thru. The witness told police her friend started hanging out the window when the occupants of the pickup truck threatened to shoot them.

She told police Bailey then pointed the rifle at her vehicle. That's when she pulled out of the drive thru and called 911.

Bailey was transported to the Mahoning County Jail where he is charged with Improper Handling of a Firearm in a Motor Vehicle and Aggravated Menacing.

On Tuesday, two more charges were added including Arrest of Probationer and Having Weapons While Under Disability.