A Manchester-by-the-Sea man who allegedly had a cache of weapons in his home told police he was preparing for Armageddon, authorities said.
Gregory D. Girard, 45, was arrested Tuesday night for allegedly storing several tear gas grenades and explosive pepper ball projectiles. He was also charged with the illegal possession of four police batons.
Just before 11:30 p.m. Tuesday, Manchester-by-the Sea police executed a search warrant at 23 Bridge St., police said in a statement. Girard faces four counts of possession of an infernal device and four counts of possession of a dangerous weapon. Additional charges are pending, police said.
“He indicated to police that he anticipated some form of Armageddon to take place shortly and he was getting prepared,” Police Chief Glenn McKiel said.
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Hah, what a loon, a crazy person! Everyone knows that the Armageddon is just a made up fairy tale. Real people prepare for the zombie uprising.Favorite This!
3 thoughts on “Police say man with weapons cache was preparing for ‘Armageddon’”
Does tear gas even work on zombies?
nah, but it works on people that are trying to steal the cheetos that I’ve so carefully horded
Nah, but it’d be a good nonlethal way of dealing with other survivors. Save the real ammunition for the contaminated.
Gotta get those Twinkies somehow.