US detains wanted man outside Harris residence

Near the residence of U.S. Vice President Kamala Harris in Washington, D.C., police arrested a wanted man, CNBC reported Wednesday, March 17.

The Secret Service detained Paul Murray, 31, of Texas, near the U.S. Naval Observatory, where the residence is located. Police found a rifle and ammunition in his vehicle, which was parked in a nearby garage.

Murray was charged with carrying an illegal firearm, possession of unregistered ammunition and a high-capacity magazine.

According to the TV station, Harris does not currently reside at the residence as renovations are taking place there.

In December, police detained a man who threatened to blow up the Democratic Party headquarters in Spokane, Washington state.