January 25 According to a report by American media on the 24th, a man from Texas was arrested near the White House. He asked the police about the president’s office, and the car still contained guns and ammunition.
According to Newsweek, the man’s name is Marcias Santiago. He was arrested near the White House on the 22nd local time, two days after the inauguration of the new President Biden.
According to the report, San Diego was arrested for unlicensed possession of guns, illegal possession of guns and unregistered ammunition, and illegal transportation of firearms.
According to court documents, San Diego was driving on Constitution Avenue and parked in a nearby parking space. He then asked a nearby police officer on duty, saying that “information about the Oval Office (the Office of the President of the United States) is needed”.
Police found a holster in San Diego’s car and asked him if he was armed.
After receiving a positive reply, the police found a pistol, two magazines containing bullets and 79 rounds of ammunition during the search.
According to U.S. media, after the inauguration ceremony, the nearby fence and security facilities have been removed.
Meanwhile, the 25,000 National Guard soldiers stationed in Washington after the congressional riots also partially withdrew, with 7,000 expected to be stationed until the end of February and 5,000 until mid-March.
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