LOS ANGELES (CBS/AP) — Los Angeles County authorities have arrested a homeless man they say had five firearms, including two operable World War II-era machine guns.

Sheriff’s Detective Dennis Elmore says the arrest was made as deputies were on foot patrol at a homeless encampment on private property near Harbor City.

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Elmore said Richard Cunningham was found with the machine guns and three pistols. The 57-year-old was also in possession of high-capacity magazines and ammunition for the M3 machine guns, which are also known as “grease guns,” he said.

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Cunningham faces charges including possession of a firearm by a felon, possession of a large-capacity magazine and possession of a machine gun.

Details about Cunningham’s previous felony conviction were not disclosed. He is being held on $166,500 bail.

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