Man Arrested at LAX with Car Full of Weapons, Ammo http://www.keyc.com/node/15915 video A motorist with 30 handguns, seven rifles and fully loaded ammunition magazines in his pickup truck is arrested at Los Angeles International Airport.An airport spokeswoman says the truck was stopped today by airport police officers at an entrance to the passenger terminals area.The man was arrested for investigation of weapons transportation violations.His name has not been released.Police officials say there's no indication the man was out to do any harm at the airport.He was apparently picking someone up. ----------- Driver with 16 guns arrested at airport http://www.thonline.com/article.cfm?id=229109 LOS ANGELES -- A motorist with 16 guns and at least 700 rounds of ammunition in his pickup truck was arrested Friday at a vehicle checkpoint as he entered Los Angeles International Airport, authorities said. The weapons and ammunition were in a container in the back of the man's truck, which was stopped by airport police officers at a major entrance to the passenger terminals area, said airport spokeswoman Nancy Castles. The 47-year-old man's identity was not immediately released. ------------------- 37 weapons found on LAX-bound man http://www.contracostatimes.com/california/ci_11416883 More than three dozen weapons and a cache of ammunition were found this morning in the car of a man driving through a checkpoint at Los Angeles International Airport. Airport police officers discovered the firearms stashed in the rear bed of a Chevrolet Silverado 4 x4 during a random inspection at 11 a.m. near Century and Sepulveda boulevards, according to Sgt. Jim Holcomb, a spokesman for the Airport Police Department. Included in the find were 30 handguns and seven rifles. "It's infrequent when our officers find such a large number of firearms coming into the airport and we're taking this very seriously," Holcomb said. The driver remained in custody as the FBI, the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives and the Los Angeles Police Department investigated whether he owns the weapons and his reason for transporting them, Holcomb said. It was unclear what charges, if any, the driver faces. ---------------- arfcom meat gone horribly wrong?