Jamie Busk, from Evergreen Park, was charged with unlawful storage of a weapon after allegedly attempting to bring a pocket knife, handcuff key and a multi-tool into the Daley Center concealed in a belt that police say could also have been used as a weapon. (Cook County Sheriff's Police photo)
An Evergreen Park man has been arrested for allegedly attempting to bring weapons concealed in his belt into the Daley Center Monday.
Jamie Busk, 38, was charged with unlawful storage of a weapon after he was stopped around 2 p.m. Monday at the building's entrance near Randolph and Dearborn, according to a release from the Cook County sheriff's police. He was released on his own recognizance.
Busk was stopped by Deputy David Nowacki after going through an X-ray machine because the deputy noticed several metal objects that appeared to be inside Busk's belt, the release said.
When the deputy inspected the belt, he found a zippered compartment that contained a pocket knife with a 2-inch blade, a handcuff key and a multi-tool. In addition, the belt's buckle could have been used as a weapon, police said.