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The police found a high-powered rifle, hundreds of rounds of ammunition, and an array of other weapons at Honolulu Hawaii

A large cache of loaded weapons was found after police raided a Waikiki hotel room in Honolulu, Hawaii Thursday.

The raid was prompted after FBI and Honolulu police were alerted to some disturbing posts on social media, they are currently investigating the situation.

The FBI contacted Honolulu police Thursday regarding a guest in room 803 at the Equus Hotel.

A large cache of loaded weapons was found after police raided a Waikiki hotel room in Honolulu, Hawaii Thursday
They said he was claiming to be a federal agent in disturbing posts on social media, claiming his mission was to hunt terrorist cells.
The police found a high-powered rifle, hundreds of rounds of ammunition, and an array of other weapons, however the 28-year-old man staying in the room was not arrested, Hawaii News Now reported.    
The weapons were legally registered to the man, and he was also legally allowed to have them in his room.
The police found a high-powered rifle, hundreds of rounds of ammunition, and an array of other weapons
The FBI contacted Honolulu police Thursday regarding a guest in room 803 at the Equus Hotel
‘There was no danger. The gentlemen was here. He was a guest staying here. He left and then there was an FBI and police investigation,’ Mike Dailey, manager at the hotel said. 
The police found psychiatric medication in the room, which enabled them to seize the cache until a mental health evaluation can be completed. Consequently, he was taken to a hospital for that.
The police said he was claiming to be a federal agent in disturbing posts on social media, claiming his mission was to hunt terrorist cells
‘There was no danger. The gentlemen was here. He was a guest staying here. He left and then there was an FBI and police investigation,’ Mike Dailey, manager at the hotel said ‘He had a room here and they’re looking at the stuff in his room,’ Dailey said. ‘I don’t know that there are any weapons. I think you’ll have to talk to the police about that.’
The man has been living in Hawaii for about three years in a Makiki apartment, but had only been staying a the hotel for a few days.
If he is deemed mentally fit, he could get his weapons back. 
The raid was prompted after FBI and Honolulu police were alerted to some disturbing posts on social media, they are currently investigating the situation
The man was staying in room 803 at the Equus Hotel in Waikiki, Honolulu, Hawaii Thursday
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