NEW MILFORD — A 48-year-old resident will be arraigned Tuesday on breach of peace, weapons and possession charges following a road rage incident on Route 202.

Frank E. Conklin, of Stone Tent Road, was arrested Aug. 10 and charged with second-degree breach of peace, weapons in vehicle, possession of drug paraphernalia and illegal possession of less than a half-ounce of cannabis.

Police responded to Park Lane Road around 10:20 a.m. after a motorist called about a road rage incident involving a driver of a black Kia Soul — later identified as Conklin.

“While the complainant was stopped waiting to turn, the suspect (Conklin) passed on the right,” Sgt. Lee Grabner said. “While passing, the suspect yelled out his window and pointed a black object at the complainant. The complainant then pulled over and called 911.”

Officers tracked down Conklin and detected an odor of marijuana as they approached his car.

A grinder, pipe and packaging material — “items consistent with the use of marijuana” — were also found in the car, Grabner said, as well as two knives.

The breach of peace, paraphernalia and possession charges are class B, C and A misdemeanors, respectively; while the illegal weapon possession charge is a class D felony.

Conklin was released on a $2,500 professional surety bond. His arraignment will take place at state Superior Court in Torrington.