Michigan State Police tell us a Traverse City man has been arrested for drunk driving and carrying concealed weapons.

On Sunday evening a trooper stopped a vehicle on southbound M-37 in Blair Township for a moving violation.

MSP says the driver a 27-year-old was displaying signs of intoxication.

The trooper asked the driver if he had any weapons inside of the vehicle and the man told the trooper he had a handgun and shotgun in the backseat.

Both firearms were loaded and uncased according to MSP.

Sobriety tests were administered, and the driver was placed under arrest.

The man was taken to the Grand Traverse County jail pending arraignment for operating while intoxicated, carrying concealed weapons, possession loaded firearm in a vehicle, and having open intoxicants.