Michigan man accused of walking around grocery store with rifle

Photo of seized pistol courtesy of Twitter/ Michigan State Police Metro Detroit

DETROIT, Mich.—A 40-year-old suspect was arrested after police received reports of a man walking around a Michigan grocery store carrying a rifle, according to Michigan State Police.

On October 18, Michigan State Police troopers were called to the Kroger in Royal Oak Township for reports of a man walking around with a rifle around 3:15 p.m.

Witnesses at the store pointed to the armed suspect when police arrived at the scene.

Troopers found the suspect, a 40-year-old man, inside of his car with a short barreled rifle slung over his neck, police said.

When asked if he had other firearms on him, the man told police he also had a pistol under his jacket on his left hip, according to reports.

The man did not have a concealed pistol license and the two fully loaded firearms were seized, police said.

Police arrested the suspect without incident and took him to the Oakland County Jail.

The suspect, later identified as Touri Goodwin, of Detroit, faces five weapons-related charges including felon in possession of a firearm, Michigan State Police said.

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