New details are coming to light about a suspect who prompted a two-day manhunt after running into the Olympic National Park with several firearms and body armor.

The Seattle Times reports 41-year-old Caleb Chapman was ranting about an impending revolution in Texas and on the Olympic Peninsula when he fled into the forest Sunday morning. Police say he was wearing a tactical vest and carrying a rifle as well as a shotgun and several handguns. He's also accused of assaulting his girlfriend and starting a fire that burned about ten-thousand square feet near some power lines on the Hurricane Ridge parkway. Chapman's girlfriend tells police he started acting erratically after using meth early Sunday and was making suicidal comments. Police arrested him Tuesday night.

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