Man busted with zombie kit including suppressed Hi-Point (VIDEO)

***UPDATE*** Suspect Charged with Possession of Assault Weapon, Silencers, Other Crimes in PasadenaA 28-year-old man was charged today with possessing an illegal cache of weaponry at a train station in Pasadena, the Los Angeles County District Attorney's Office announced. Christopher Harrison Goodine (dob 5/1/89) of Georgia has been charged with six felony counts in case GA101342: two counts of possession of a silencer; two counts of manufacturing, importing, keeping for sale, giving or receiving a large capacity magazine; and one count each of possession of an assault weapon and carrying a loaded handgun, not registered. The defendant is scheduled to be arraigned today in Department D of the Los Angeles County Superior Court, Pasadena Branch. Prosecutors are asking that bail be set at $1 million. Prosecutors said on the morning of June 21, Goodine was reportedly apprehended by sheriff deputies for urinating in public at the Sierra Madre Gold Line Station in Pasadena. As law enforcement detained the defendant, they allegedly discovered a rifle, handgun, silencers and several gun magazines in Goodine's duffle bag. If convicted as charged, Goodine faces a maximum possible sentence of six years and four months in local custody. ————————————————————————————————————————————*Original Press Release*LASD Metro Transit Services Deputies Arrest Man with Cache of Weapons and Ammunition at #MTA Sierra Madre Gold Line Station #LASD"At a press conference on Wednesday, June 21, 2017, Sheriff Jim McDonnell announced a noteworthy arrest at the Sierra Madre Gold Line station. It was there that the keen observation of two Transit Policing Division deputies may have saved the lives of many people today when they arrested a man for urinating in public.Earlier in the day, at 9:20 A.M., Deputies Juan Gonzalez-Valencia and Katherine Zubo were on a foot-beat at the station; they saw a man urinate in public there and immediately contacted him. The man refused to identify himself and was arrested.Incident to arrest, a search of the suspect’s dufflebag was conducted and a cache of weapons was located. The contents included a 40-caliber handgun with suppressor and extended magazines; a loaded AR-15 semi-automatic rifle with collapsible stock; two loaded, 30-round magazines; numerous rounds of loose, live ammunition; a machete-type knife; rope; and a notebook with unidentified writing inside. Marking on the handgun specified its use for restricted law enforcement or government only.Christopher Harrison Goodine, 28, of Union City, Georgia, was arrested for Possession of a Silencer, Possession of an Assault Weapon and Possession of a High-Capacity Magazine. He was booked at East Los Angeles Sheriff’s Station and is being held in lieu of $50,500 bail.“Their proactive actions are commendable and may have saved a lot of lives on the transit this afternoon,” said Sheriff Jim McDonnell. “I’m proud of the great police work that deputies did and what they observed…not only today, but every day. We continue to work with our law enforcement transit partners to provide the highest quality of service to all riders.”

Posted by Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department on Thursday, June 22, 2017

“Transit Policing Division deputies may have saved the lives of many people today when they arrested a man for urinating in public”– actual statement from the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department.

According to the above press conference at the Hall of Justice and the accompanying release, Christopher Harrison Goodine, 28, of Union City, Georgia, was arrested Wednesday for a slew of charges including possession of a silencer (illegal in California except for law enforcement and licenced dealers), as well as possession of an “assault weapon” and of a “high-capacity magazine.”

Deputies apparently saw Goodine taking a leak at the Sierra Madre Gold Line Station, a light rail public transportation hub, and when they contacted him he refused to speak to the officers. This interaction led to an arrest after they found what officials describe as a “cache” of weapons in his duffle bag. These included a loaded AR-15 with a pair of 30-round mags, the first frowned upon without being featureless and the latter verboten in California after this year even if pre-ban.

There was also a really sweet $29 zombie killer/ninja mega knife katana (that’s how they are advertised), and– hold your breath this is the best part– a Hi-Point .40S&W that somehow had an ersatz suppressor device attached similar to those seen in the Walking Dead.

Police also found a rope and “a notebook with unidentified writing inside.”

As noted by the good folks over at The Firearm Blog, it’s farfetched that the Hi-Point flashlight suppressor would work for more than one shot in the likely absence of a recoil booster (Niesen Device), but hey, we can dream can’t we?

Goodline was booked at East Los Angeles Sheriff’s Station and is being held in lieu of $50,500 bail.

KTLA reports Goodine was previously arrested in 2015 in Key West, Florida and again at New York’s Waldorf-Astoria Hotel “wearing a bullet-proof vest, an empty gun holster, and a ski mask.”

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