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Guns, Machetes Seized During DUI Arrest in Caroline County

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GREENSBORO, Md.- Maryland State Police seized multiple guns and two machetes during an early morning DUI arrest in Greensboro.

According to police, at approximately 1:17 a.m. Thursday, troopers pulled over a 1998 Dodge pickup truck on R.t 313 at Linhard Lane in Greensboro for a suspected drunk driver. Police said after a field sobriety test, the driver, 22-year-old Brady C. Scott of Caroline County, Md., was determined to be intoxicated and was arrested for DUI.

While attempting to arrest Scott, police said he resisted and assaulted a trooper. During the arrest, a second trooper on the scene noticed the handle of a pistol protruding from under the passenger seat of the pickup, according to police. They said a passenger, Nicholas Garcia of Falls Church, Va., was arrested. According to police, a further search of the truck revealed three loaded handguns, one unloaded pump-action shotgun with boxes of ammunition beside it and two machetes.

Scott was charged with DUI, assault, malicious destruction of property of a Caroline County Patrol Vehicle and weapons charges, police said. Garcia was also charged with weapons violations. Bond information was not yet available. 

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