Man arrested near White House had carload of weapons

Man arrested near White House had carload of weapons

Man arrested near White House had carload of weapons

Washington D.C. police confirmed on Monday that they found at least nine weapons including assault-style weapons in a former police officer's vehicle after stopping him for urinating near the White House on Sunday. He is facing several weapons charges.

The man was caught urinating near 17th Street and Pennsylvania Avenue, just around the corner from the White House.

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After he admitted to police to possessing multiple weapons in his auto - a 2009 Nissan, with Fraternal Order of Police license plates, though it's unclear at this time if the man was known to police - the man agreed to let law enforcement officers search his vehicle.

Police saw three gun cases and a further search uncovered more than two dozen items, including a.40-caliber Smith & Wesson, an M4 Platform Bushmaster assault-style weapon, an AK-47 Platform Norinco, a Glock 30, a Tec-9 with a silencer, brass knuckles and several rounds of ammunition.

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According to reports, Bates was charged with carry a unsafe weapon, unlawful transport, possession of a prohibited weapons, carrying without a license, possession of an unregistered weapon and possession of unregistered ammunition.

In a statement, the Secret Service said the suspect approached an agent.

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