A man accused of driving into protesters is arrested for illegal firearms and setting up 'training camp' at family vineyard

평화적 시위를 위해 트럭을 몰았다는 캘리포니아 남성이 체포되어 연방 범죄로 기소되었습니다..

경찰은 Benjamin Jong Ren Hung, 28, of San Marino, intentionally drove his truck into a crowd of protesters in Pasadena on May 31. The crowd scattered and no injuries were reported.
Hung was arrested the same day, and when police searched his truck, they found a loaded semiautomatic handgun, high-capacity magazines loaded with ammunition, an 18-inch machete, $ 3,200 현금으로, a long metal pipe and a megaphone, according to the affidavit filed with the initial complaint.
Police say they found these weapons and items in Hung's truck.

He allegedly acquired the firearm from a friend who purchased it for him in Oregon and then transported it to California, 경찰은 말했다. The friend falsely stated that he was the transferee of the gun and Hung kept the firearm at his home in San Marino before bringing it to the demonstration, 그들은 추가했다.
    Police said Hung also allegedly purchased at least three additional firearms in Oregon, transported them to California in March and was gathering other weapons and tactical gear with plans to use his family’s vineyard as a training camp toprepare to engage in civil disorders.
    He was released and arrested again September 21 and charged with one count of conspiracy to transport firearms across state lines and to make a false statement in acquisition of firearms.
      Hung was denied bail at his hearing Tuesday and will remain in jail until his scheduled arraignment October 15. If convicted, Hung would face a maximum sentence of five years in federal prison.
      Hung’s lawyer did not respond to CNN’s request for comment.

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