A district court judge ordered the Glen Burnie man who entered North County High School earlier this month to be free under supervision, according to The Maryland Gazette.
Police arrested Justin Matthew Beaumont, 25, on Feb. 4 after he was found to have entered the school during operating hours. School officials said he had no interaction with any of the students.
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The school resource officer who made the arrest reported Beaumont had been acting "out of it" when he was found inside the building, and had a bottle of methadone in his possession.
This interaction led police to search Beaumont's vehicle and home, and inside his residence they found several legally-owned guns and rounds of ammunition.
The judge who ordered Beaumont released also ruled he must wear a GPS tracking device as well as avoid schools and guns. He must also undergo mental health treatment, according to The Maryland Gazette.
The Anne Arundel County Police Department is holding the seized guns, which has led to concerns about his Second Amendment rights, according to the report.