Rivera is accredited with possession of a firearm after a former felony conviction.
FOX News reports Stephen Jennings, and passenger Rachel Rivera, were arrested last month in Oklahoma after the vehicle they were in was stopped for expired tags. He alerted the officers that there were a few other issues likely to arise: There was a gun in the vehicle, for starters. Police said a Timber rattlesnake inside a terrarium was in the backseat.
And their discoveries: one bottle of Kentucky Deluxe whiskey and one rattlesnake.
The stop occurred at 11 a.m. on June 26 in Guthrie, Oklahoma, about 30 miles north of Oklahoma City, Sgt. Anthony Gibbs of the Guthrie Police Department informed NBC News on Thursday.
Police said an open container of Kentucky Deluxe whiskey, a rattlesnake, a gun and a canister of radioactive powdered uranium was found inside the auto.
A man was pulled over on June 26 in the USA state of Oklahoma when a canister of radioactive powdered uranium, an open bottle of whiskey and a rattlesnake were discovered in the vehicle. Jennings was in the driver's seat and Rivera was in the passenger seat. "The uranium is the wild card in that situation".
"The canister advised that the yellow in color powdery substance was uranium", the police report stated. They can't charge Jennings for the rattlesnake because the man has hunting and fishing license and the incident happened in full rattlesnake season.
The suspects also were not charged for possession of the rattlesnake.