U.S. Customs and Border Protection officers arrested a Florida man and seized three weapons after he made a wrong turn onto the Ambassador Bridge and ended up on the Canadian side of the border.

Officials say the 58-year-old Florida resident crossed the border on Jan. 17. The man declared three weapons - a .45 caliber hand gun, a 12 gauge shotgun and a .38 caliber revolver.

The man was returned to the U.S. by a Canadian Border Service Agency escort. CBP officers say they learned through computer databases, that the man has a criminal history for felony convictions involving carrying concealed weapons and drug possession.

“Our cooperation with CBSA is vital in taking prohibited and illegal weapons off the streets of our communities,” says Roderick Blanchard, Detroit Port Director. “Teamwork such as this leads to positive outcomes for everyone.”

The man was arrested and turned over to ICE Homeland Security officers with the seized weapons.

He is facing firearm charges in Michigan.