Earlier today I was the subject of what I believe to be an illegal search. I was in my car leaving from a private fishing pond and was position and just about to pull out onto a rural county road when a white truck passed by in front of me. While on the phone and sitting in the same position the white pickup truck had turned around. It turns out it was a unmarked police vehicle. He exited the vehicle and asked what I was doing and I told him I had been fishing.
In my front seat I had a 22 rifle and a glock 40. When checked the guns came back to me. The officer asked for my license and then for me to step out of car. He gave me the whole spill about is there anything illegal in the car and blah and blah and he had been a narcotics officer for a long time. When I said there was nothing illegal he said if that was the case he could go ahead and search. I said no and that he had no right to search my vehicle. When he reached for my door handle I stepped in front of him and told him again he didn't have the right search my vehicle. He pushed me back and said that since I did not have a concealed weapons permit that he could search. He searched and searched and since there was nothing there, there was nothing to find.
I asked him why I was being treated like a criminal and he said that my lips and cheeks were pale. I asked him what exactly that led him to believe and he said I could have been huffing paint or glue. He ran the serial numbers to guns they both come back to me. He searched the trunk and said I was probably going to be able to go if everything checked out on my license. Everything came back in good standing but my vehicle was again searched. Nothing found.
Is this a probable search?
My question involves police conduct in the State of: Arkansas