Police Confiscate Guns, Ammunition at Commando Movie
TULSA, Okla. (AP) _ An ex-convict was arrested at a movie theater after carrying two handguns and 130 rounds of ammunition into a showing of ″Suburban Commando,″ police said. The man’s intentions were not immediately known.
″He won’t talk,″ said Cpl. Julie Harris said of Carl Pinel Parker, 33.
Police said Parker also tried to carry a semiautomatic rifle and 172 rounds into the theater Sunday in a duffel bag but was stopped by the manager, who made him leave the bag in a janitor’s closet. The manager called police after he saw the barrel of the .45-caliber rifle through an open zipper, police said.
Parker was jailed on charges involving carrying weapons after a felony conviction. He was convcted in 1980 of assault with intent to kill.