Lt. Jim Braden of the Lost Hills Sheriff’s Station said Kiddy made lewd comments toward a woman and told her to get in his van. While speaking to Kiddy, deputies noticed he was concealing a rifle.
“Basically, he had a trench coat on, and he had a rifle with a strap over his shoulder underneath the trench coat,” Braden said.
When deputies searched Kiddy, they found he also had three pistols attached to his waist, along with a large supply of ammo, Braden said. All of the weapons were loaded.
A search of Kiddy’s car revealed additional items, including shotguns, authorities said. Braden estimated that Kiddy had between 1,200 and 1,500 rounds of ammunition in the car and on his body.