Jennings was intercepted around 11 am after an officer had noticed that the labels of his car had expired, police said. He alerted the police to the fact that some additional problems might arise: There was a firearm in the vehicle, to begin with.
Her passenger, Rachael Rivera, was charged with possession of a firearm after a previous conviction for a crime.
Then, according to the police, the police discovered that the car had been stolen and started digging a little more.
And their discoveries: a bottle of Kentucky Deluxe whiskey and a rattlesnake.
Then they found one more thing: a box of radioactive uranium powder.
"When that happens, of course, we appeal to a company that takes care of it in a specific way, and it is taken safely," Gibbs said. "Uranium is the joker in this situation."
It should be noted that the rattlesnake was happily stored in a terrarium in the back seat.
The Guthrie Police Service has not filed any charges related to uranium; officers are always looking for a potential motive.
The rattlesnake did not bring any additional charge.