Man Arrested For Breaking Into Sandra Bullock's Home Had An 'Arsenal' Of Weapons
The man arrested for breaking into actress Sandra Bullock's home on June 8 reportedly owned an "arsenal" of weapons, not just the one machine gun as originally reported.
Joshua Corbett, 39, was taken into custody by police after the actress called 911 at around 6:30 a.m. to report an intruder. Corbett didn't have any weapons with him when he was inside Bullock's home -- which was between one and five hours depending on the source -- but when police later searched his home they actually found seven machine guns along with various other weapons, not the one gun as previously reported.
Corbett, who didn't have any weapons with him while he was inside Bullock's home, entered pleas of 'not guilty' to 19 felony charges on Wednesday and could now find himself in jail for 12 years.
An L.A. County judge added a $2 million bond to the $185,000 bond that was set when the initial charges of stalking and burglary last week, according to E! Online.
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