Investigators searched the car and found the handgun, ammunition and gunpowder. They also found handwritten manuscripts about things like time travel, levitating watercraft, and mythical creatures such as the "Chupacabra," KCTV-TV reported.
When officers asked Charron why he was bringing a gun and explosives to see the president, Charron responded he “wanted to give them to him,” the complaint said. Charron allegedly told officers he had recently smoked methamphetamine.
Charron was charged with reckless driving and being a prohibited person in possession of a firearm. He was arraigned Thursday in Preston County, West Virginia, Magistrate Court, where his bond was set at $10,000.