Bodycam video shows Oklahoma governor's son admitting to drinking with gun case in vehicle
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John Andrew Stitt, son of Oklahoma Gov. Kevin Stitt, was seen in bodycam video interacting with deputies who found a case of his father's guns that had been in the back of an unlocked vehicle.
Now the Logan County, Oklahoma sheriff insists the younger Stitt, whose name is Drew, may have been treated more harshly than most.
Stitt, 20, was questioned by police officers in the parking lot of a local haunted house he was visiting with friends on Halloween, bodycam footage shows.
The gun box was dragged out of the vehicle, police said.
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"To be honest, my dad is the governor," Stitt said. Governor Stitt was re-elected earlier this month.
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"I don't care," an officer replied.
"No, I know," Stitt said. "I'm just happy to clear things up."
Stitt, who admitted to drinking, told officers the truck and gun case belonged to him but that he had a designated driver and was not driving the vehicle. Police questioned Stitt about smoking marijuana, which he denied.
Bodycam footage shows police asking Stitt to call his parents. He was escorted home by an Oklahoma Highway Patrol officer, who also picked up the guns.
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A responding deputy recommended that the Logan County Attorney's Office charge Stitt with underage possession of alcohol.
Fox News Digital reached out to the prosecutor's office for comment on Friday, but received no response.
Local broadcaster KOCO 5 questioned local law enforcement about the incident, and Logan County Sheriff Damon Devereaux said it wouldn't be inaccurate to say Stitt was treated "less well" for his relationship with the governor.
"Sheriff. Very fast. It almost seems as if this young man, the governor's son, was definitely treated differently in some ways, but not positively because of himself. Is that fair to say?” asked KOCO 5's Evan Onstot in an interview with Devereaux.
"That's fair to say," Devereaux replied.
"Is that okay on the other end? Because I know you're being accused of treating him better because he's the governor's son. But did you treat him worse?' Onstot followed.
"Well, in a couple of factors you could look at it that way," Devereaux said.
Fox News Digital also reached out to Gov. Stitt's office for comment, but received no response.
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However, Devereaux defended his officers' handling of the situation and dismissed public criticism that the younger Stitt got off easy.
“Underage possession was the only charge we had in this deal because he wasn't carrying the guns. He didn't use the guns. He didn't drive. He caused no disturbance. So he couldn't have been arrested for public intoxication," Devereaux said in a statement to KOCO 5.
"And if you look at the bodycam footage when I saw it, he's not drunk, you know, like we imagine a drunk stumbles, can't walk, has to hold on to stuff. He may appear to be under the influence, but I don't think he's drunk."
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