Heavily Armed Man Arrested at Trump Hotel Near White House

News about Donald Trump 1
News about Donald Trump 3

Trump International Hotel, Washington D.C.

US police arrested a man at a Trump-branded hotel in Washington D.C. on Wednesday, carrying guns in his car, including an assault rifle, preventing “a potential catastrophe,” authorities said.
Alerted by authorities in the neighboring state of Pennsylvania, police officers from Washington D.C. arrested Brian Moles, aged 43, a native of that state, at Trump International Hotel, an establishment that President Donald Trump sometimes visited. The White House is only a few yards from the hotel.

They found in his vehicle, which was in the garage of the establishment, an AR-15 assault rifle, a 40-caliber handgun, and ammunition, said  D.C. police chief Peter Newsham.

The city’s mayor, Muriel Bowser, described in the same press conference a “disturbing incident” which was however solved “quickly and peacefully”.

The Secret Service confirmed Mr. Moles’s arrest for “illegal possession of firearms”.

Must Read:  South Carolina lightning strike kills one person
Eric Thomas

Eric, originally from Nigeria, currently resides in Florida and covers a wide range of topics for The talking Democrat.