JR Hilderbrand poses for a portrait during the IZOD IndyCar Series media day at Barber Motorsports Park. (Photo: Getty Images)
As originally reported by FOX 59 News (Indianapolis, IN)
IndyCar driver J.R. Hildebrand knows a fake gun when he sees one.
Around 8 p.m. Monday, Indianapolis Metropolitan police were called in response to a report of an attempted armed robbery at 50th Street and Washington Boulevard. According to an incident report, they encountered Hildebrand, who said he was watching a video on his phone and walking his dog when a man approached him with a gun.
Hildebrand said the man walked up behind him and said, “Drop it! Give it to me!”
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