By Andrea F. Siegel, The Baltimore Sun
7:36 PM EST, February 27, 2013
Justin Matthew Beaumont, the 25-year-old Glen Burnie man who was charged with trespassing at an Anne Arundel County school — and who police said was later found to have a stash of legal, high-powered weapons at his home — has been ordered onto house arrest with electronic monitoring.
On Wednesday, Annapolis District Court Judge Shaem Spencer ordered Beaumont released from the Anne Arundel County Detention Center, according to a spokeswoman for county prosecutors.
Terms of his release include supervision, mental health care, taking medications, staying away from all school properties and prohibition from owning guns or being in a home where there are firearms.
Beaumont was arrested Feb. 4 at North County High School. Police said he entered the school and was discovered by a school resource officer. Police said he told officials he had been bullied as a student there, and made inquiries about school security.
He was not armed, according to police. However, they said a later search of his home turned up an AK-47, an Uzi and other firearms that were legally registered, but were seized during the investigation.
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