A taxi driver allegedly pulled a gun on a Waterville public works employee who had told him not to go around road barricades during Saturday’s nor’easter.

Alfred Gervais, 63, was charged with reckless conduct, according to the Waterville Morning Sentinel.

Public works had Water Street blocked off around 10 p.m. due to a crash. Gervais had moved the barricades twice to go around and proceed on his way, according to the newspaper.

When confronted by a public works employee, Gervais allegedly drew his handgun and threatened to use it.

The worker then called police, who later found Gervais on Main Street, according to the Morning Sentinel.

Gervais has been released on bail. He is scheduled to appear in court April 25.