Man With Gun Arrested At Trump Rally in The Woodlands, Texas

Chris Menahan
Jun. 17, 2016

Developing story...

Update from Click2Houston:
A man was taken into custody by police at the Trump rally earlier in the evening.

Sources tell Channel 2 they found him on the fourth floor of the parking garage with a pistol.

He was handcuffed, then sheriff's deputies took him inside to be questioned.

About 30 minutes later he was back outside.

The handcuffs were off and he said, in an exclusive interview, that his name is Kenny and it was all a misunderstanding.

"Did you have a gun on you?" KPRC2's Jen Bauer asked.

"No, of course not," Kenny said.

"So was it a misunderstanding? What happened?" Bauer asked.

"I can't say. But make America great again. Trump is going to be our next president," Kenny said.

Deputies didn't want him answering any more questions.

"We're taking him home to his family," they said.

It's still unclear what exactly happened, but he appeared to be going home.

Throughout the evening, there were several incidents involving police.
Via Click2Houston:
HOUSTON - A man was taken into custody at the Donald Trump rally in The Woodlands. The man was found on the 4th floor of the parking garage with a gun. It's not clear how he was found or if he has ill will against the Republican presidential candidate. His intentions are also unclear.

Update: RT has a bit more:
The man was found with a suspicious package and was questioned by the Montgomery County Sheriff's Office. A deputy was reported to have found the gun in a bag while questioning the man.

Presumptive Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump is scheduled to speak at 7 p.m. local time at the Marriott Hotel and Convention Center in The Woodlands. While it does not seem that the rally will be delayed as a result of the arrest, beleaguered hotel employees have been fielding opinions on the rally.

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