May 27, 2022

USA: A Man Driving A U-Haul Was Pulled Over For Traffic Violation In San Bernardino. It Came Up He Was Arrested For Firearms Violation Before, Inspection Of Vehicle Found 17 Firearms.

CBS Los Angeles published May 26, 2022: 17 weapons, including assault rifles, seized in San Bernardino traffic stop. The 21-year-old driver faces a number of felony weapons violations. Jeff Vaughn reports.
Interesting how this news is barely being reported. This is the only news clip I could find about this arrest and discovery. It's like a blip on the screen. Move along. Nothing to see here. The Commie globalist Democrats want to take away OUR 2nd amendment right to defend ourselves against the criminal element like this person. No amount of gun laws will stop criminals from obtaining guns. CRIMINALS DO NOT OBEY LAWS. This is just a drop in the bucket. (emphasis mine)
Yahoo News
written by Hyeyoon Alyssa Choi, Los Angeles Times
Thursday May 26, 2022

A 21-year-oldSan Bernardino man has been arrested on multiple felony weapons violations after police conducted a traffic stop and discovered seven assault rifles, a shotgun, nine other firearms and 18 high-capacity magazines in the back of his truck.

Robert Andrew Medina has been charged with carrying a concealed firearm in a vehicle, unlawfully possessing an assault weapon and possessing a machine gun, according to a statement from the San Bernardino Police Department.

He is being held in lieu of $500,000 bail.

Officers pulled over Medina's U-Haul box truck on a traffic violation about 2:30 p.m. Sunday, according to the Police Department. After discovering Medina had recently been arrested on a firearms violation, officers conducted a search of the truck and discovered the weapons.

One of the firearms was stolen and another had an altered serial number, police said.

Medina was arrested and charged in February with carrying a loaded firearm, a spokesperson at the San Bernardino district attorney’s office said. He was awaiting his court date in July for the misdemeanor when he was arrested over the weekend.

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