Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti, center, flanked by Los Angeles Police Chief Charlie Beck, left, and Los Angeles World Airports Chief of Police Patrick M. Gannon, right, march in the gay pride parade in West Hollywood, Calif., on Sunday, June 12, 2016. Garcetti says a heavily armed man arrested in Southern California told police he was in the area for West Hollywood's gay pride parade.
Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti, center, flanked by Los Angeles Police Chief Charlie Beck, left, and Los Angeles World Airports Chief of Police Patrick M. Gannon, right, march in the gay pride parade in West Hollywood, Calif., on Sunday, June 12, 2016. Garcetti says a heavily armed man arrested in Southern California told police he was in the area for West Hollywood's gay pride parade. Richard Vogel AP
Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti, center, flanked by Los Angeles Police Chief Charlie Beck, left, and Los Angeles World Airports Chief of Police Patrick M. Gannon, right, march in the gay pride parade in West Hollywood, Calif., on Sunday, June 12, 2016. Garcetti says a heavily armed man arrested in Southern California told police he was in the area for West Hollywood's gay pride parade. Richard Vogel AP

Man with weapons, explosives arrested, was going to L.A. gay pride parade, police say

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