Police Found 20,000 Rounds Of Ammo, Weapons Cache In Home Of UPS Employee Who Threatened A Mass Shooting

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Police searching the California apartment of a UPS worker who is planning a mass shooting found body armor, tactical rifles and 20,000 rounds of ammunition, police said.

Authorities disclosed that they received a report on Sunday night that Thomas Andrews, 32, was planning a mass shooting at the UPS facility in the city of Sunnyvale, near San Jose. 
          20,000 rounds of ammo and weapons cache found in home of UPS worker who threatened a mass shooting
When officers tried to stop him three hours later, shortly after 11 p.m., he refused and this led to a pursuit.

After officers finally stopped Andrews, they searched his Sunnyvale apartment and found thousands of rounds of ammunition, high capacity magazines, five tactical rifles, a shotgun, three handguns, body armor and tactical backpacks with ammunition. The backpacks were “staged” at the apartment’s front door, police in Sunnyvale said in a statement.
  
Thomas Andrews was arrested on suspicion of evading police, driving under the influence and several weapons violations. Jail records show that he is being held at the Santa Clara County Jail in lieu of $500,000 bail.

It wasn’t clear if he has a lawyer. 

A UPS spokesman said the company was aware of the situation and is cooperating with authorities but declined to comment further.

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