WASHINGTON – The Latest on a doctor who was arrested at the Trump International Hotel after police found weapons and ammunition in his car (all times are local):
Court documents said a doctor who was arrested at the Trump International Hotel with guns and ammunition left a message for a friend said that he had to survive delivers several mobile phones and that the car seemed to be Oklahoma City bomber Timothy McVeigh “camping.”
According to documents filed Thursday, Bryan Mol also said that he is a “refugee intent on the tearing down of big pharmacy and big business of medicine.”
Moles was arrested early Wednesday after the Pennsylvania State Police called the District of Columbia authorities about a tip they’d received about Moles making threats, and travel to Washington to see the president. He is charged with the unlawful possession and transportation of firearms.
The documents say the Mole told the authorities that he was suffering from PTSD, is a recovering alcoholic and that he’d drained his bank account before he left.
A doctor and a veteran of the Navy, was arrested at the Trump International Hotel after police found an assault-style rifle in his car, is expected to make a first appearance.
Forty-three-year-old Bryan Mol Edinboro, Pennsylvania, was Wednesday arrested in the capital of the country on weapons charges.
Police got a tip that the Mol sent a text message indicating he was on a trip for a visit of the president, with a carload of weapons. The Secret Service interviewed the Mole, and was satisfied, he was no threat to the president or someone else that they protect.
D. C. police chief Peter Newsham says the weapons charge is serious and that his timely arrest may have averted a disaster.
Messages on Moles’ Facebook page indicate that he is a Trump supporter. He is expected in court Thursday afternoon.