White House Fence Jumper had Weapons Cache in Car
The man who was arrested on Saturday for jumping the fence and making it into the White House with a folding knife in his pocket was found to have a cache of weapons and ammunition in his car at the time of the incident.The Secret Service stopped Omar Gonzalez after seeing a hatchet hanging from his waistband earlier in August, but upon finding no weapons, he was not detained. A third incident in the form of Gonzalez being arrested in July for reckless driving, revealed him to have 800 rounds of ammunition, two hatchets, a machete, and a map of the White House. All of the discoveries are being investigated further by the Secret Service while Gonzalez will be held in custody until his hearing next month.
By Jordan Moses
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