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Capitol Police officers on Thursday arrested a Michigan woman who they said showed up outside the department's headquarters with multiple guns, including one that was loaded.Police said in a statement that the woman illegally parked her car in front of Capitol Police headquarters on Wednesday afternoon, saying she "wanted to talk about information she had about" the Jan. 6, 2021, attack on the Capitol.An agent noticed a gun case and one of the firearms in the woman's vehicle as they spoke with her, according to Capitol Police.The woman, who has been identified as Kery Lynn McAttee, was charged with unlawful possession of a weapon, possession of unregistered ammunition, unlawful possession of a semi-automatic rifle and unlawful possession of a firearm, police said.Despite the presence of firearms in her vehicle, police said there was no indication that she planned any actions beyond talking to officers about last year's riot."At this time, there is no evidence the 58-year-old suspect was coming here to do anything, except speak with our officers," the Capitol Police said.The firearms police said were recovered from McAttee's vehicle included a loaded Mossberg .410 caliber shotgun, an unloaded Remington Nylon 66 .22 caliber rifle and an unloaded Connecticut Valley Arms .50 caliber muzzle loader.

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