OPINION AND ORDER
KAREN K. CALDWELL, District Judge.
This matter is before the Court on the Defendant's Motion to Revoke Detention Order and Set Bond (DE 119). For the following reasons, the Court will deny the motion.
The Magistrate Judge issued extremely thorough findings and reasons in support of his order detaining the Defendant in the custody of the U.S. Marshal pending trial. The Court agrees with the Magistrate Judge's opinion.
The Defendant asserts that, after the detention hearing, the Defendant and his family canceled a planned 10-week trip to Palestine. Further, the Defendant notes he has surrendered his passport. Nevertheless, as the Magistrate Judge found, the Defendant has family in Palestine and has a history of travel and residence in other countries.
As to the Magistrate Judge's determination that the Defendant presents an unacceptable safety risk, the Defendant argues that most small business owners have handguns to protect their livelihood. The Magistrate Judge did not consider the presence of the gun alone, however, but considered it in combination with other relevant factors including the fact that the gun was in a locked closet with controlled substances, numerous controlled-substance prescriptions from a Tennessee pharmacy, and $30, 000 cash. Further, the Magistrate Judge considered evidence that two informants had purchased Oxycodone from the Defendant at the store.
For these reasons, and those stated in the Magistrate Judge's well-reasoned opinion, the Court hereby ORDERS that the Defendant's Motion to Revoke ...