Here in Idaho, we've got the legal process down pat. First, we convict a criminal--such as former Idaho Falls Prosecutor Kimball Mason--of his or her crime. In Kimball's case, the crime was stealing several guns from the City of Idaho Falls' evidence locker, for which he was sentenced last Monday to serve up to five years in prison.
Only after accomplishing this first step and realizing how fun it is to stand in front of cameras airing other people's stanky laundry, do we undertake the equally important second step: Raiding the prisoner's house to look for more stuff to charge him with.
Police searched Mason's home for two hours on Friday, reported the Idaho Falls Post Register, and they found a whole heap of bad goodies including "many" additional guns that may be connected to his case. The Idaho Attorney General's Office has not announced whether it will file additional charges against Mason.