Clay Duke's address had been reported as being in Lynn Haven, but he and some of his family apparently lived in Jackson County.
Panama City Police searched an Alford home Tuesday night where they say they found evidence, including a white board with a circle and the letter V written on it, a bootleg DVD copy of “V for Vendetta” and a calendar with the same symbol written on the December 14 date.
They also found more anti-government writings and pages from military tactical books.
Neighbors say they were shocked to see the news.
"I've got two kids and it's hard to think that somebody like that lives right down the road from you is capable of doing something like that," said former neighbor Jason Mayo.
Jackson County Sheriff's officials say they didn't have any issues with Duke while he lived in Alford.
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