Man arrested near Capitol with gun, ammo, "stop the steal" paperwork

According to court documents, Westover also had his will and birth certificate in the car, as well as “Stop the Steal paperwork that had a list of Senators and Representatives, both U.S. and West Virginia State Senators and Representatives, with contact info.”

In a police interview, Westover said “he was concerned about the honesty and integrity of the election.” But, he added that while he still believes there was “election fraud,” it is now a “moot point.” He said he was engaged in “righteousness, justice, and truth,” the court documents say. Westover told police he got the gun to protect him and his fiancee.