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Hearing took place for Sandra Bullock stalker

Thirty-nine-year-old Joshua James Corbett was charged with stalking and burglary on April 9 by Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Terry Bork in California after he was arrested at the residence of 50-year-old American actress Sandra Annette Bullock, TIME reported.

Corbet was found unarmed with a love letter in his hand on Bullock’s property, as the Oscar-winning actress hid inside her closet.

Corbett was also charged with possessing an arsenal of illegal weapons, which include assault weapons, tracer ammunition, and machine guns, all of which were found when police authorities searched his house.

Corbett’s defense argued that he suffered under a delusion that he and Bullock were married, and that Corbett intended no harm upon his visit to Bullock’s home.

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10-Year-Old Boy Arrested on Attempted Burglary Charges

A 10-year-old boy was one of three individuals arrested earlier this month in connection to an attempted southeast Austin burglary. On April 10th, police received a suspicious persons call regarding four individuals near Cocao Circle after a person reported seeing two people jump a wooden fence.

Police responded to the call and arrested three of the four individuals, including a 17-year-old boy, a 10-year-old boy, and another minor who is also suspected in connection with a number of other burglary cases.

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