Washington County Sheriff Ed Graybeal says Scott Edmisten won't talk, so officials are still trying to determine why he had the weapons, as well as a mask and black fatigues.
The deputy learned that Edmisten's license was suspended, so he was taken into custody.
While taking an inventory of the vehicle, they discovered a loaded.357 magnum, a loaded.45 semi automatic, a fully automatic AR rifle in.223 caliber, a fully automatic AR rifle in.308 caliber, over 900 rounds of ammunition and survival equipment. Every gun and magazine was loaded.
Graybeal says Edmisten threatened an officer on the scene, lunged at investigators when questioned, and has so far offered no explanation for the cache.
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Porcello allowed seven runs in his only start against Houston while Fister lost as well allowing three runs on September 29. The rest of the Astros projected Game 1 lineup would be Alex Bregman, Yuli Gurriel, Carlos Beltran and Brian McCann .
Graybeal also told us when we sat down with him Monday afternoon that this was the biggest weapons and ammunition bust his department has ever made in a single traffic stop.
He faces charges of speeding, felony evading, and possession of prohibited weapons.
Investigators with the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives have been called in because of the unregistered machine guns, according to the sheriff.
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