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burglar bond

This is much more common than you would think, especially if the person lives in New Hanover County and hasn't missed court dates in the past. To all you internet vigilantes, we get it! You go ahead and do what you find necessary to protect your home - just keep it to yourself. I am sick of this "let him come in my home, my (gun type) will end it" nonsense. I do wonder how he came up with 10,000 cash to post his 100,000 bond. I doubt from theft because he and his wife clearly have a SERIOUS drug problem. Thats ten thousand that does not get returned; either this man has a generous and foolish benefactor or he himself is the fool with 10,000 laying around but still out stealing. Regardless, this is just as bad as giving habitual drug dealers low bonds. The dealer may be back on the corner that day trying to get lawyer money, but he won't be crawling through your window. It is almost certain this guy will reoffend, maybe electronic house arrest would have been a proper condition of bond?

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