Whiskey, Rattlesnake, Radioactive Uranium Found in Man's Car During Traffic Stop

Man checking radiation with geiger counter

Man checking radiation with geiger counter

Jennings is charged with property of a stolen vehicle, transporting an open container of liquor, controlling a auto with a suspended license, and failure to hold a safety verification form.

A Guthrie police officer reportedly stopped Stephen Jennings, 41, on June 25, when he noticed the vehicle Jennings was driving had an expired tag.

His passenger, Rachael Rivera, was charged with possession of a firearm after a former felony conviction.

Police in Oklahoma states they discovered an open container of Kentucky Deluxe whiskey, a rattlesnake, a gun and a canister of radioactive powdered uranium throughout traffic stop of a auto that had been announced stolen.

Mr Jennings, 40, then told police he had a gun in the vehicle and police discovered that the auto was stolen. The driver, identified as 40-year-old Stephen Jennings, has a valid fishing and hunting license in Oklahoma that would allow him to have the snake.

The man had a pet timber rattlesnake in a terrarium in the back seat, according to Guthrie police Sgt. Anthony Gibbs, who spoke to local news station KFOR.

And their discoveries: one bottle of Kentucky Deluxe whiskey and one rattlesnake.

- Oklahoma police say they found an open bottle of Kentucky Deluxe whiskey, a rattlesnake and a container of radioactive uranium powder, among other things, when they pulled over a pair of suspects in a stolen vehicle.

"When that happens ... we call in a company that deals with that specifically and it's taken safely into possession". Officers also said there were no charges related to the rattlesnake.

Gibbs says police are still trying to determine what the two individuals were planning to do with their motley collection.

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