The car was parked outside of the Johnson Firearms in Miami’s Little Haiti and later at the University of Miami’s Coral Gables campus.
“I have a license for the gun that was stolen from me over the summer,” the statement said. “I should have secured it better and I’m glad it was recovered. It won’t happen again. It is now locked in a safe and I only use it at the gun range.”
Miami police found Whiteside’s stolen weapon and ammunition in a stolen car.