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Wednesday, 13 September 2017 07:14

Cash, Viagra Pills and a Knife: What Police Found in Scott Peterson's Car After His 2003 Arrest

Written by  Alexia Fernandez

Former investigators say Scott Peterson‘s car contained sleeping pills, a gun, a knife, camping gear and sleeping pills, among other things, immediately after his arrest in 2003.

Former Modesto, California, police detective Jon Buehler told ABC News in a new special Truth and Lies: The Murder of Laci Peterson that he believed Peterson may have been involved in the murder of his wife, Laci Peterson, and their unborn son, Conner.

“I suspected Scott when I first met him,” Buehler said. “Didn’t mean he did it, but I was a little bit thrown off by his calm, cool demeanor and his lack of questioning … he wasn’t, ‘Will you call me back? Can I have one of your cards? What are you guys doing now?’ ”

Laci disappeared on Christmas Eve in 2002, when she was about eight months pregnant. Buehler and Allen Brocchini, who are both retired, were lead investigators in the case.

The remains of a male fetus washed ashore on a San Francisco Bay beach on April 13, 2003, and the next day a woman’s torso was discovered about a mile away from where the baby was found.

Scott had told detectives that he had been on his boat at the Berkeley Marina in Richmond, California, the day his wife went missing — about 90 miles away from the couple’s home in Modesto.

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