A Virginia man was arrested Friday at an inauguration checkpoint in Washington, D.C., after police found him with an "unauthorized" inauguration credential and an unregistered hand gun with more than 500 rounds of ammunition in his car, according to authorities.

In a police incident report shared the The Hill by Metropolitan Police, the man was identified as Wesley A. Beeler of Front Royal, Va. Beeler presented a legitimate credential, however it didn't grant him access to the restricted area he was seeking to enter.

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He was denied passage through the checkpoint, located half a mile from the Capitol at North Capitol Street and E Street Northwest, after the credentials were checked against an approved access list, according to The New York Times.

NBC 4 reported that the man's white Ford 150 truck was adorned with gun-related bumper stickers including two that read "Assault Life" and "If they come for your guns, Give 'Em your bullets first."

After a search of the vehicle, police located a loaded Glock 9MM pistol, 509 rounds of ammunition, a 17-round Glock magazine and 21 12-guage shotgun shells, according to the police report. Read more at The Hill