Police in Oklahoma said they found an open container containing Kentucky Deluxe whiskey, a rattlesnake, a rifle and a radioactive uranium powder canister during the circulation of a stolen vehicle .
The stoppage occurred at 2600 hours on 26 June in Guthrie, Oklahoma, about 30 miles north of Oklahoma City, in Sgt. Anthony Gibbs of the Guthrie Police Department told NBC News on Thursday.
Stephen Jennings, 40, who was driving, and passenger Rachael Rivera, 30, were arrested, Gibbs said.
Jennings is charged with possession of a stolen vehicle, transporting an open alcohol container, driving a vehicle with a suspended license and defaulting possession of a vehicle. security check form. Rivera is charged with possession of a firearm after a previous conviction for a crime.
The gun was found in the console and a terrarium containing the pet Timber was located in the back seat.
According to Gibbs, uranium, which can be legally purchased in some states, was not military grade. It is unclear why it was in the vehicle or how it was obtained, he said.
"We feared nothing for him to use as a weapon of mass destruction," Gibbs said. "It's a very weak radioactivity."
Neither uranium nor rattlesnake has resulted in charges.
"Many times, it would be illegal to own a vicious or dangerous animal like a rattlesnake, but there are seasons or times when it's legal to hunt rattlesnake," said Gibbs, adding a state of mind. Oklahoma allowing him to be in possession of a pet rattlesnake.
Jennings and Rivera are still imprisoned in Logan County.