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A man has been charged with two felonies after police found him near the University of California at Los Angeles campus with five loaded semiautomatic pistols and thousands of rounds of ammunition.

Gene Bush, 52, was charged Tuesday with shooting at a traffic light and at a university building. No one was injured.

Police searched him, his van and a storage unit, finding weapons, ammunition and what police called an anti-government manifesto.

"Given the situation, with the amount of guns and ammunition involved, we thought it best that he remain in custody until we know the full story behind him," said UCLA police Sgt. Phil Baguiao. "We would consider him a danger to society given the circumstances."

Police said officers found Bush carrying the pistols — which were equipped with laser sights — and 400 bullets. They also found another 7,800 rounds of ammunition in his van and 3,000 more in his storage locker, police said.

A UCLA police news release said Bush appeared to have no criminal history and was living out of his van.

After his arrest Sunday, Bush made anti-government statements and told police to look in his nearby suitcase for "the secret," the release said. A Los Angeles police bomb squad found timers, paint thinner and other suspicious items inside, as well as his manifesto.

UCLA police spokeswoman Nancy Greenstein said police believe Bush was acting alone and didn't have a specific target. "He had writings and a lot of them seemed to be anti-government, talk about 9/11," she said.

It wasn't known if Bush had an attorney. He is scheduled to be arraigned Wednesday in Los Angeles Superior Court.


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