The 57-year old son of one of the Big Band era's most famous bandleaders was arrested in Manhattan this morning after movers discovered a huge cache of weapons in a suitcase he was shipping, including "an AK-47 assault rifle, a shotgun, two rifles, 96 knives and more than 2,800 rounds of ammunition," according to ABC News.

Jonathan Shaw, who developed a name for himself as a tattoo-artist-for-the-stars while running Fun City Tattoo Parlor on St. Marks Place until 2004, was in town to help a friend put on an art exhibition at the Jewish Museum, according to the New York Post.

He's facing a slew of charges, including 113 counts of third-degree criminal possession of a weapon. Shaw's lawyer claims that he purchased all the weapons legally at least fifteen years ago and has receipts, but wouldn't specify where Shaw intended to ship the cache. "This is a good honest man," he said. Shaw is being held on $250,000 bond, and ADA Christopher Prevost noted that Shaw "faces a significant prison sentence."

His father, Artie, a world-famous jazz clarinetist and bandleader who died in 2004, was best known for his hits "Begin the Beguine," "Stardust," and "Interlude in B-flat." He was apparently also an expert sharpshooter.