Houston Police Arrest Intoxicated Man With Arsenal Of Weapons In Hotel Room

Houston Police Arrest Intoxicated Man With Arsenal Of Weapons In Hotel Room

Houston Police Arrest Intoxicated Man With Arsenal Of Weapons In Hotel Room

He was booked with trespassing and unlawfully carrying a weapon.

Local media reported that several guns were found in the room when backup arrived.

Here's a timeline of how that arrest happened: About 1:00 a.m.: An off-duty police officer encountered a man in the hotel lobby.

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Early this morning, police reporteldy found an AR-15 rifle, a shotgun, a handgun and numerous rounds of ammunition in the room of a man whom they originally planned to arrest for drunken disorderly conduct at the downtown Hyatt Regency Houston hotel. Hotel staff said he was drunk at the bar, and refused to leave.

Houston police say they don't believe an intoxicated man arrested for having several guns in his hotel room meant to use the weapons.

Senties says investigators don't believe the man intended "to use the weapons or to cause any kind of issue".

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Authorities are waiting for him to sober up before they can interview him, Macintosh added. His name hasn't been released.

"The safety and security of our guests and colleagues is our top priority, and consistent with the hotel's prepared security plans, heightened measures are in place on New Year's Eve, Netting said in the statement". Houston Police Chief Art Acevedo tweeted about the incident, saying the situation is contained and there is no specific threat to Houston.

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