A 80-year-old man in custody due to ‘Suspicious Documents Delivery’ to the Supreme Court

U.S. Capitol Police arrested an 80-year-old Georgia man near the Supreme Court on Wednesday, October 19. Two others were detained with the old man but not into taken custody. According to USCP, “they were here to deliver documents to the U.S. Supreme Court,” in its statement. Authorities temporarily closed surrounding the Supreme Court and the Library of Congress around 3:45 p.m. to investigate the vehicle.

The authorities found two handguns and a shotgun inside the white van. The man was not publicly identified, and the authorities charged the suspect with three counts: possession of an unregistered firearm, unregistered ammunition, and carrying a pistol without a license.

The old man told authorities that he wanted to deliver some documents to the Supreme Court.

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