A Pennsylvania man was arrested on gun charges early Wednesday inside the Trump International Hotel, thanks to a tipster who said the police can help “prevent a disaster.”
Police arrested and charged throws Bryan’s mouth, 43, Edinboro, Pa., in connection with the incident, just a few blocks from the White house.
Moles’ vehicle was apparently discovered by hotel security shortly after midnight. A firearm was seen in the vehicle “in plain view” and the other was in the glove box, according to a police report
Officers seized a Glock 23 pistol, a Bushmaster assault-style rifle and 90 rounds of ammunition, the report also mentioned.
Moles, was arrested at the hotel without incident and charged with carrying a pistol without a license outside a home or business and unregistered ammunition.
But authorities say they still have a clear motive and “not enough” to calculate moles with threats.
“I was very concerned about these particular circumstances,” Metropolitan Police Department Chief Peter Newsham. “I think law enforcement and the tipster averted disaster here.”
Newsham said his Agency, which will contact you after receipt of the information, including a description of the vehicle, immediately, hotel security, which have contributed to the vehicle and called the MPD bomb squad.
“We had a note that he was going to the Trump hotel,” he said. “I’m not going to read anything into it, but the information was from the tipster’s really important for us to get over her quickly.”
The hotel is leased in an old post office building, the Trump’s real estate company, and redeveloped, during the presidential campaign.
Newsham declined to say when the mother of times a criminal record.
MPD made the arrest in connection with the Secret Service. Both agencies received information from the Pennsylvania State police Department, with the original tip.
To have been “any time, any secret service protectees at risk,” said Brian Ebert, special agent in charge at the Agency’s Washington field office. “The Secret Service greatly appreciates its strong partnership with … all of our law enforcement partners. This investigation is new and ongoing.”
A hotel spokeswoman confirmed the person arrested was a guest at the luxury hotel and had already been “acting suspicious.” But they went on to discuss specifics, citing the ongoing investigation.
“We take the safety and security of guests very seriously. It is our first priority,” the spokeswoman told Fox News.
Fox News’ Ellison Barber and Joseph Weber and The Associated Press contributed to this report.