Man Arrested Near G20 Summit Site With Weapons, Gas In Car

June 24, 2010

Canada (ChattahBox) – A man has been caught driving near the G20 summit location, with a car full of  weapons, chemicals, and gasoline.

The unnamed 53-year-old was discovered to be carrying a pellet gun, chainsaw, cross bow, several unspecified chemicals, and gasoline. He could give police no explanation as to why he had the items, or what he was planning to do with them.

This is the second person to be arrested this week on possession of weapons and explosives near the G20 summit spot. Another man was arrested on Wednesday, but privacy laws have shielded all details from the press.

The G20 is a collection of leaders from 20 countries getting together to discuss the current global crisis. President Obama is expected to request continued stimulus amidst severe cuts to all sectors through Europe.



One Response to “Man Arrested Near G20 Summit Site With Weapons, Gas In Car”

  1. Kristina Brooker on June 25th, 2010 9:34 pm


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