A U.S. Marine who abandoned his base with several weapons to “get rid of child traffickers at the border” has been found at a Texas rest stop. Job Wallace, a Marine Corps Lance Corporal, did not return to base at Camp Pendleton in California after his authorized leave ended on Sept. 17. A day later, an automatic rifle, an M14 rifle, a semi-automatic shotgun, and a pistol, all belonging to Wallace, were reported missing, according to an FBI report obtained by The Young Turks. “Wallace… may pose a threat of violence towards law enforcement or civilians,” the report said. Wallace reportedly claimed that he began to hear voices and indicated that he wanted to get rid of sex traffickers at the border shortly before he vanished, according to the report. A vehicle with his license plate number was photographed at the Fort Hancock Border Patrol checkpoint in Texas on Sept. 17, the report said. The Associated Press reported Sunday that Wallace was taken into custody Saturday night by Naval Criminal Investigative Service and other law enforcement officers at a rest area in Navarro County, Texas.