LOS ANGELES (AP) -- A man removing gym equipment found two guns in a barn behind the home of actor Robert Blake, who is charged in his wife's killing, according to a police search warrant affidavit.
One of the guns was inside a wooden box behind a stereo cabinet suspended about seven feet above the floor.
The man, who was removing gym equipment Friday, "looked into the box and saw a blue steel gun in a holster," according to the search warrant. "He also saw a knit hat and a garment that he thought might be a pair of gloves. (The man) immediately became nervous and called LAPD."
Blake, 69, is accused of killing his wife, Bonny Lee Bakley, on May 4, 2001, after dining at an Italian restaurant. Bakley was sitting inside the actor's car when she was killed.
The former "Baretta" star remains jailed.
Bakley, 44, was killed with a World War II-vintage German pistol that was found in a trash bin about 10 feet from where Blake's car was parked the night of the shooting. The weapon had no fingerprints and was covered in fresh motor oil.
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