A man from Riverside County, California, was detained after harassing women on Zuma Beach in Malibu. It was later discovered that he was carrying various weapons and carrying 1,200 bullets.
Kyle Kiddy was arrested on Saturday on suspicion of multiple crimes, including carrying a gun. After receiving reports of suspicious men harassing women, the police were rushed to the beach.
Lieutenant Colonel Jim Braden of the Lost Hills Police Department said that Kiddy, 34, spoke inappropriately to the woman and urged her to get in the car. While talking to Kiddy, the officer noticed that he was hiding the rifle. Braden said that when they started searching for him, they also found three pistols and a large amount of ammunition attached to his belt. All weapons are installed.
Searching Kiddy’s car found more dangerous items, including rifles. Braden estimates that Kiddy has 1,200 to 1,500 ammunition in his car and body. The incident occurred after the National Gun Dialogue in the United States.