Police: Arsenal found in Danbury teen's truck By Eugene Driscoll Staff Writer Updated: 03/05/2009 04:57:28 PM EST http://www.newstimes.com/latestnews/ci_11843867 DANBURY -- An 18-year-old city resident is in a Massachusetts jail after state police said they found an arsenal in his truck. Luke S. Huizinga was on his way to a wedding in Maine when a state trooper pulled him over for a minor traffic violation in Bolton, Mass., at 12:20 a.m. Thursday, police said. Huizinga "appeared evasive," according to a report in the Worcester Telegram & Gazette, and the trooper spotted a gun case inside Huizinga's 2000 Ford Ranger. The trooper ordered Huizinga out of the truck and patted him down --which turned up several rounds of ammunition, including a .50 caliber rifle bullet, and a knife, police said. A search of the truck revealed: * A Bushmaster rifle with a night scope and pistol grip. * Two high capacity ammunition magazines. * A Remington 12-gauge shotgun with additional ammo. * Five knives * Brass knuckles * A bullet-proof vest with an armor plate. Huizinga's mother, Amye, said her son was on his way to help set up for a wedding. He had recently purchased the weapons and wanted to show them off to his friends in Maine. Huizinga, who was home-schooled, is a sportsman and gun enthusiast who is familiar with guns, perhaps a little too much, she said. She stressed there was no criminal intent. "He's 18 years old and he did something stupid," she said. "He's never been in trouble of any kind before. He's never even had a parking ticket. Hopefully this will teach him a lesson." Huizinga was charged with possession of a large capacity firearm, possession of a firearm, seven counts of possession of a high capacity feeding device, unlawful possession of ammunition and possession of a dangerous weapon. He could also face federal charges because he allegedly transported the weapons across state lines. His mother is hoping authorities will view him as a foolish teen and be lenient. "I hope he does not get two years in jail. I'm sure it will be alright because I'm not in control, God's in control," she said. Massachusetts state police said the investigation into how Huizinga received the weapons and his intent is still under investigation. Huizinga was being held on $10,000 bail pending a court appearance Thursday. Contact Eugene Driscoll at firstname.lastname@example.org or at (203) 731-3332. ==== Any Massholes here? AR's and high cap's are totally illegal there?