Moles arraigned on charges of unlawful possession and transportation of a firearm

by Marta Holmes June 3, 2017, 1:53
Moles arraigned on charges of unlawful possession and transportation of a firearm

Dr. Moles is not licensed to carry a gun in Washington, D.C. and now faces unlawful possession and transportation of a firearm charges.

At the scene, police found a Glock 23 pistol and a Carbon Bushmaster assault rifle inside of Moles' care-one of the weapons was in plain view and the other was in the glove compartment.

Before driving from Pennsylvania to the Trump Hotel in Washington, Moles called an acquaintance and described himself as himself as "a refugee intent on bringing down big pharmacy and big business medicine", according to court documents filed Thursday. Moles was arrested for illegal possession of firearms. The D.C. Police Chief Peter Newsham, said in a news conference on Wednesday that he was arrested without incident or the usage of force.

The affidavit also references Oklahoma City bomber Timothy McVeigh several times, with Moles having allegedly told his acquaintance in the voicemail that his auto looks like something McVeigh would drive on a camping trip.

A District of Columbia Superior Court judge released Moles on Thursday on condition that he stays away from the Trump Hotel and the White House.

During his federal court appearance Friday, Magistrate Judge Robin Meriweather ordered Moles be released and gave him permission to reside with a friend in Georgia pending his next trial. Moles also agreed to surrender his firearms.

Moles said he suffered from post-traumatic stress disorder related to his military service and could not take anti-psychotic medications because they made him suicidal, the complaint said. Moles has also served in the U.S. Navy from 1992 to 2006.

The charging document said that Moles left voice mails with an "acquaintance" before arriving in D.C. and said he was heading to 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue and would stay until he met with Trump.

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Moles also allegedly referenced Olympic Park Bomber Eric Rudolph, whose actions killed two and injured over 100 people.

Authorities said a tipster contacted them about the messages and they arrested Moles.

The police chief says Moles is being interviewed, and is cooperating with authorities.

The judge said that he wouldn't go against the agreement and told Moles: "I'm going to release you".

Authorities worked with hotel security to locate Moles' auto, and later, Moles himself inside the hotel.

Ironically, the doctor's Facebook page features both photos and comments which appear to indicate his support for Donald Trump.

The Old Post Office, an 1899 building still owned by the federal government, was leased to the Trump Organization in 2013 for renovation as a hotel. Someone replied, "Trump all the way. The dark side wants to disarm the public so they can ... just walk through any resistance to their fascist thought police". Moles liked the comment. She called him a "standup man".

A spokeswoman at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Centre system said he had been placed on administrative leave there some time before Wednesday's arrest. The doctor lives in Edinboro, Pennsylvania which is located approximately 350 miles from Washington. If you would like to discuss another topic, look for a relevant article.

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