An Anchorage man was arrested over the weekend after Alaska State Troopers say he was driving impaired with two guns and a minor in the vehicle.

Tony Noi Vongthalangsy, 26, was pulled over near mile 34 of the Glenn Highway just before 8 p.m. Sunday after multiple reports of a REDDI (Report Every Dangerous Driver Immediately) vehicle driving recklessly northbound on the highway near Thunder Bird Falls, according to AST's online dispatch.

"The complainants reported a maroon Jeep Cherokee was all over the road and the Cherokee's speed ranged from 90 mph to 110 mph," troopers wrote.

Troopers say Vongthalangsy was driving under the influence of a controlled substance with a minor inside the vehicle. He was also in possession of two pistols -- one of which was modified to be automatic.

Vongthalangsy was arrested on charges of DUI, refusal, endangering welfare of a minor, misconduct involving a weapon in the third-degree and misconduct involving a weapon in the fourth-degree.

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