Man with loaded firearm arrested outside Disneyland

Man With Loaded Firearm Arrested Outside Disneyland

ANAHEIM, Calif. (KTLA) -- Police arrested a man carrying a loaded pistol and extra ammunition outside Disneyland last month on July 9, police confirmed.

The suspect is 44-year-old Percival Aguilar Agoncillo, a San Francisco native. Although he didn't actually enter the park, sources say he passed through a security checkpoint at which Disney characters check visitors' bags.

Agoncillo was reported to security by fellow park guests and has since been released from jail on a $20,000 bail. He was already on probation for a similar offense and is due back in court on August 27.

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Man with loaded firearm arrested outside Disneyland
French gendarmes take part on November 14, 2014 in the ongoing search for what was first described as a tiger on the loose, in the woods of Ferrieres-en-Brie, on the outskirts of Paris. French authorities searching for a mysterious big cat spotted prowling around a town on the outskirts of Paris revealed on November 14 it was unlikely to be a tiger as initially suspected. After examining tracks, experts from the national hunting and wildlife office and a nearby big cat park said: 'We can exclude the presence of an animal from the tiger species.' They added though that 'the feline is still being hunted'. AFP PHOTO /THOMAS SAMSON (Photo credit should read THOMAS SAMSON/AFP/Getty Images)
French gendarmes take part on November 14, 2014 in the ongoing search for what was first described as a tiger on the loose, in the woods of Ferrieres-en-Brie, on the outskirts of Paris. French authorities searching for a mysterious big cat spotted prowling around a town on the outskirts of Paris revealed on November 14 it was unlikely to be a tiger as initially suspected. After examining tracks, experts from the national hunting and wildlife office and a nearby big cat park said: 'We can exclude the presence of an animal from the tiger species.' They added though that 'the feline is still being hunted'. AFP PHOTO /THOMAS SAMSON (Photo credit should read THOMAS SAMSON/AFP/Getty Images)
French gendarmes take part on November 14, 2014 in the ongoing search for what was first described as a tiger on the loose, in the woods of Ferrieres-en-Brie, on the outskirts of Paris. French authorities said on November 14 that a large animal roaming around a town on the outskirts of Paris was likely not a tiger but a different species of big cat. 'After an investigation carried out by the National Hunting and Wildlife Office in conjunction with the Parc des Felins (a nearby wildlife park), we can exclude the presence of an animal from the tiger species. The feline... is still being hunted,' said authorities. AFP PHOTO /THOMAS SAMSON (Photo credit should read THOMAS SAMSON/AFP/Getty Images)
French gendarmes take part on November 14, 2014 in the ongoing search for what was first described as a tiger on the loose, in the woods of Ferrieres-en-Brie, on the outskirts of Paris. French authorities searching for a mysterious big cat spotted prowling around a town on the outskirts of Paris revealed on November 14 it was unlikely to be a tiger as initially suspected. After examining tracks, experts from the national hunting and wildlife office and a nearby big cat park said: 'We can exclude the presence of an animal from the tiger species.' They added though that 'the feline is still being hunted'. AFP PHOTO /THOMAS SAMSON (Photo credit should read THOMAS SAMSON/AFP/Getty Images)
Members of the National Hunting and Wildlife Office and French genadrmes take part on November 14, 2014 in the ongoing search for what was first described as a tiger on the loose, in the woods of Ferrieres-en-Brie, on the outskirts of Paris. French authorities said on November 14 that a large animal roaming around a town on the outskirts of Paris was likely not a tiger but a different species of big cat. 'After an investigation carried out by the National Hunting and Wildlife Office in conjunction with the Parc des Felins (a nearby wildlife park), we can exclude the presence of an animal from the tiger species. The feline... is still being hunted,' said authorities. AFP PHOTO /THOMAS SAMSON (Photo credit should read THOMAS SAMSON/AFP/Getty Images)
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