A man wearing a camouflage mask, who was carrying three handguns and hundreds of rounds of ammo, was arrested earlier this week outside a Pizza Hut in Griffin, Georgia, the city police department announced on Friday. Jeremy Arnez Eppinger stands accused of loitering near the restaurant with a mini arsenal on Sunday, according to the Griffin Police Department and reports. It was not clear why the police department waited five days to announced the arrest. Eppinger, 26, faces charges of wearing masks and reckless conduct, criminal attempt of aggravated assault, and possession of a firearm during the commission of a crime, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution noted. Witnesses allegedly told police that Eppinger, 26, was acting suspiciously, both by wearing the mask and crouching behind a wall. One witness claimed that Eppinger jumped over the wall, while toting a handgun, and started walking toward the Pizza Hut. When Eppinger noticed the witness scrambling away, he allegedly became “startled” and went back to his car, authorities claimed. When police arrived to the scene, Eppinger’s mask was around his neck, and he had a Smith & Wesson 9-mm handgun stored in his waistband. Officials also alleged that they discovered a Kel-Tec, AR-15-style handgun and another pistol, as well as the ammunition cache, upon searching his car.