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Police Arrest Man For Urinating On Train, But What They Find Next Is SHOCKING

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Police officers were in for the shock of their lives when they detained a man for urinating in public at a Los Angeles County light rail station.

It was a mundane stop with a much more dramatic conclusion.

That’s because the man, 28-year-old Christopher Goodine, wasn’t alone.

He had brought along a duffel bag. And in that bag, Goodine was carrying a veritable arsenal of weaponry.

From Fox News:

Christopher Goodine, 28, was arrested at the Metro Gold Line’s Sierra Madre station in Pasadena at around 9 a.m., the sheriff’s department said. Authorities said they found an AR-15 rifle, a .40-caliber handgun, a machete-like knife, silencers, loaded magazines, bags of bullets, a Bible and a notebook in the bag Goodine was holding.

The markings on the handgun indicated that it was restricted for law enforcement use only, officials said.

Sheriff Jim McDonnell said there are no indications of terror activity and it is unclear why he was armed.

“For these deputies, just another day … looking at the small things that end up turning into big things,” McDonnell said. “There but for the grace of God, we could have had a tragedy today here in Los Angeles.”

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