When Andrew Scott Boguslawski was pulled over for speeding in Ohio, the cop, noticing a bumper sticker that said, "If you can read this, you're in range," asked the driver if he had any weapons.
Boguslawski said that he didn't, but it turned out he did — which the officer realized when he went to give Boguslawski a ticket and spotted the handle of a handgun sticking out from between his legs.
Boguslawski, Ohio police quickly discovered, was hauling a serious arsenal — two pistols, two rifles, 48 bombs, a bulletproof vest, and other bomb making material. Prosecutors say some of the explosives were connected to a remote detonating device, also found in the car.
Investigators are unsure what he planned to do with the explosives, but said he appeared to be headed to Indiana, where he works at a training facility for Navy Seals. One prosecutor told Dispatch.com that Boguslawski mentioned to a trooper that he planned to make an explosive vest.
Investigators say that Boguslawski - who listed listed his skills on an online profile as "Kung Fu, security, and intelligence" - had "schematics and other plans for buildings" that police believe may be from the Seals facility.
They are currently analyzing a GPS system, camera, and laptop seized from Boguslawski to determine if the case will go forward on a state or federal level.