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Man Arrested at Trump Hotel in D.C., Guns and Ammo Discovered in Car

A man residing t Trump International Hotel in Washington D.C. was arrested early Wednesday morning after police found an AR rifle and a glock pistol in open view in his car.

Police found 90 rounds of ammunition in the glove compartment of the man’s car upon further inspection.

The suspect, 43-year-old Bryan Moles of Edinboro, Pa., was charged with carrying a pistol without a license and having unregistered ammunition.

He faces a sentence of up to five years in prison and/or a fine of up to $12,500.

Moles reportedly told police is a military veteran who suffers from PTSD.

The suspect said he was staying at the hotel because he’s a supporter of President Donald Trump.

Law enforcement told ABC News that a passerby noticed the guns in Moles’ car and notified the police.

But police spokesman Dustin Sternbeck told The Washington Post that D.C. police received a tip from an out-of-state law enforcement agency shortly after midnight that Moles had “made threatening remarks.”

 According to WRC-TV in Washington, “D.C. police and the Secret Service responded and contacted hotel security, who found the suspect’s vehicle in the parking garage. Police found one of the guns in plan view inside the suspect’s car; the other was found in the glove compartment.”

The weapons found in Moles’ vehicle were a Bushmaster assault-style rifle and a Glock 23 pistol, according to a police report.

Trump Hotel issued a statement following the incident:

“We take the safety and security of guests very seriously. It is our first priority,” the statement read. “This morning, the authorities arrested a guest who was behaving suspiciously. The matter is under investigation, therefore, it would be inappropriate for us to provide additional details. Please refer your inquiry to the investigating authorities.”