The officers stopped the man, identified as Hall, and began speaking with him, police said. While conducting an interview, officers reported detecting an odor of alcohol on his breath, said Papapietro. "He was asked to place his duffle bag on the ground, at which time officers observed a large knife handle protruding from his waistband," Papapietro said. At that time, police secured Hall and a search of his person led to the recovery of one 10-inch knife, one four-inch switchblade in his front pocket and a four-inch knife in his boot, the chief said. Officers also searched his duffle bag and found two mini-crossbows - one of which was loaded - and 60 six-inch arrows, said Papapietro.