According to investigators, the White House assailant had weapons in his vehicle

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Security around the White House has been increased in recent days.

Investigators into a man’s break-in into the White House last Friday claimed that he was carrying a large amount of ammunition in his car.

Former soldier Omar González was arrested after he managed to break through the security fences installed at the government house located in central Washington.

The authorities reported that two axes, a machete and 800 rounds of ammunition were found in a vehicle parked near the residence of the US president.

“When he was arrested, González was armed only with a knife,” prosecutor David Mudd told local media.