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SUPERIOR COURT OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA u1 0009434
CRIMINAL DIVISION DCTN:
LKUP# 43

COMPLAINT Case #:

District of Columbia ss:

James M. Patock 6431 88 10036689


Defendant's Name:
(Firrt)

Address: PO Box 1352, Cotzro AZ

James M. Patock was.


1, on or about between the end of October 2010 to November 3, 2010, within the Distrlct of Columbia,
in which a firearm was ueinj untawrutty carri.ed and transported, knorarng that the firearm was in the
voluntarily in a motor vehicle
molorvehicle. (presenceinaMotorVehicleContainingAFirearm,-inviolationol
22D'C,Code,Section251l(2001
ed.))
of columbia, Jamss M. Patock did carry'
2, on or about b€tween the end of octobor 2010 to November 3, 2010, wilhin the District
his person, in a ptace other than his dwelling place, place of buslness or on other land possessed
openly and concaaled on oi
"oout
ri.er.t"Trirensds issued pursuant to law. (carrying a Pistol without a License [outside Home or
bv him. a oistol. without
Fi"r. |iAriinessl, in viotation ot 22 D,C. Code, Section 45M(a) (2001 ed.))
n

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Subscribed and sworn to before me this lUy ot


Nuv etn bp,r 7o lP

WARRANT

To The United srates Marshal or any other authorlzed lederat oJlicer or the
chief of Police of the Dlstrlct of columbls:
thereof have been
WHEREAS the foregoing complaint and anidavit supporting the allegations
submitted, and there alppeiring probable cause and reasonable grounds for
the issuance of an arrest
warrant for
SAID COURT OR OTHER
YOU ARE THEREFORE COMMANDED TO BRING TIIE DEFENDANT BEFORE
PERSON ENUMERATED IN 18 U.S.C.3041 forthwith to answer said charge.

Issued
Judge . Supcrior Courl of thc Diltrict of Colunbir

Rule 105: [ |

PDID:643188
5"r, Male
Badge No.: 743
Papering Officer; USPP Vincp!!auadrello
OFFICER MUST EXECUTE Rf,TURN
sUPERIbn( COURT FOR THE DISTRICT ON\JLUUnII
CRIMINAL DIVISION

UNITED STATES

vs.
James M. Patock

on November 3, 2010 at approxirnately 2:S0 p.m,, the undersigned officer was on patrol on Jefferson Drive, S'W.'
in

wasnlngton, D.i. Jefierson Drive, S.w,, is aiong the National Mall. ln.front of the Air and
space Museum, I observed a
wnite rjro pick up truck with Arizona tags, towing a trailsr, parked in a.handicap spot. I then observed propane tanks on
to four cai batteriei, as well as a generator in the flat bed of the pick up truck, with wires
the trailer connecied by wires
well. ihe the traiter were covered in foil so that you could not look inside tho trailer' Because
.tt"in.o to it as windows of
Park Police shut down traffic in that
of the suspicious nature of the vehicle and its location on the Mall, the united states
squsd to respond to the scene. Officers shut down nearby streets and the area'
area, and'l contacted the bomb
to investigate the truck and trailer. shortly
The Metropolitan police Department bomb squad responded to the. scene
with the ,u.p".t, .laines M. Patock' At this time, the suspect was not under arrest' During
thereaffer, officers made contact
patock that he was a member of the NRA' and
a conversation with the .rip"it, stated that he had visited the NRA building,
patock that he lived in the trailer and that he was allowed to
that he had guns in tne tiairii. Later, spontaneously stated
have his guns in his home,

bombs were found in the truck or trailer. ln a


The trailer was locked, and contained a bed and personal belongings._ No
searchofthetrailer,officersfounda.223caliber'rifle,a.24Scatioeiriflebanel,a.22calibarrifle'a'3STcaliberpistol,and
a laptop, and over
names, multiple cameras,
boxes of ammunition in various calibers, as well as identifications with different
$1,500 in U,S. currency'
patock does not have a license to carry the pistol in the District of columbia'
A records check was completed, Defendant
no..r, any of the firearms or ammunition registered to him in the District of columbia. The .357 pistol has a barrel length
fired by a single hand.
of 6 inchej, was found to be operable after being test fired, and is capable of being

in the trailer, that he slept there every night'


After his arrest, the Defendant waived his rights and stated again that he lived
two weeks'
that he had been in the District and the sunounding area for approximately

The events and acts described above occurred primarily in the


District of columbia and
were committed as described by defendant(s) lisled in the case caption'

subscribed and sworn before me this ll - }| 1 O (date)

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