The wanted man was detained near the residence of the Vice President of the United States

Law enforcement agencies found a rifle and ammunition in the suspect’s car.

Law enforcement agencies of the United States on Wednesday detained a wanted man near the residence of Vice President Kamala Harris in Washington. CNBC reported this with reference to the police.

According to him, 31-year-old Paul Murray, a resident of San Antonio (Texas), was detained by the Secret Service near the building of the US Naval Observatory, which serves as a residence for the vice-presidents of the country. Law enforcement agencies found a rifle and ammunition in the suspect’s car, which was parked in a garage at some distance from the place of detention.

Murray is charged with carrying a weapon, possession of unregistered ammunition, and a high-capacity magazine.

CNBC clarifies that Harris does not currently live in residence, as the building is undergoing renovation work.

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