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Stalker of Sandra Bullock had machine gun arsenal in his home

Sandra Bullock has been stalked by a man with an arsenal of guns in his home
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It has been confirmed, according to NBC Los Angeles which was reported on June 18, the stalker of Sandra Bullock had an arsenal of machine guns in his home. The stalker allegedly broke into Bullock’s home while she was there. The stalker, Joshua James Corbett has pled not guilty to more than a dozen felony charges for having an arsenal of machine guns inside his home. Also, according to Ace Showbiz, he has been charged with seven counts of possession of a machine gun, 10 counts of possession of a destructive device as well as two more counts of possession of an assault weapon. His bail has been set by the judge for $2 million. This is because of the seriousness of the offense as well as for the safety of the victim, Bullock, and for the safety of the general public.

Mr. Corbett also pled not guilty to stalking Sandra Bullock. During the arraignment, the alleged stalker was wearing a jail issued shirt which stated he has mental problems. Also, the police did search his house on June 8 after the break in occurred. However, prosecutors stated that Corbett did not have a gun while breaking into Bullock’s house.

Corbett is currently in the county jail in Los Angeles and is set to return to court for another hearing early next month. If he is charged with these new charges of having an arsenal of guns in his home, he could be convicted and left in county jail for a dozen years or more.

The actress was in her home when he jumped her fence and broke in. However, she was not hurt during this break-in.

With so many guns in his home, and machine guns at that, it is no wonder they want to keep him in jail with a bail of $2 million. This man is dangerous and needs to pay for the crimes he committed.