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King said he was following his agency’s protocol when he handcuffed Stockdale’s hand in front and asked if Stockdale had any weapons on him. Stockdale reportedly told King about a small pocket knife. While patting Stockdale down before putting him in the patrol car for the ride to the police department, King said he found a loaded Derringer in Stockdale’s pocket.
Stockdale’s car was subsequently searched in the teacher’s parking lot where deputies said they found a loaded .44 caliber revolver.
“After Mr. Stockdale was arrested, he exercised his right not to make any statements,” said sheriff’s spokesman Lt. Steve Maynard.