White House Fence-Jumper Had 800 Rounds of Ammo, Hatchets, Machete in Car
UPDATE 3:11 PM: More than 800 rounds of ammunition, hatchets and a machete were found in the car of a man who jumped the White House fence on Friday, according to prosecutors.
The man's family says the military veteran suffers from post-traumatic stress disorder and was not looking to hurt anyone during the major security scare.
Omar Gonzalez hopped the fence on the North Lawn, ran across the grass and was able to get through the front doors before the Secret Service apprehended him. President Obama and his family were not there at the time.
Peter Doocy reported the latest this morning, explaining that Gonzalez served multiple tours in Iraq. His family says Gonzalez owns several guns, but was only carrying a three-inch pocket knife.
Gonzalez is said to have yelled at a Secret Service agent that the "atmosphere is collapsing" and claimed that he wanted to warn the president.
He is set to appear in court Monday on a charge of unlawfully entering a restricted building or grounds while carrying a deadly or dangerous weapon.