A Connecticut man authorities say showed an interest in mass shootings and lived in a home where there were several guns and ammunition present has been released on $250,000 bond.
The Hour reports that 22-year-old Brandon Wagshol was released Friday with conditions, including that he undergo a mental health evaluation, wear a GPS monitoring device and check in with the probation office daily.
The Norwalk man was charged last month with four counts of illegal possession of large-capacity magazines.
Police started investigating when they received a tip that Wagshol was trying to buy large-capacity rifle magazines from out of the state.
Authorities say a social media posting showed his interest in committing a mass shooting.
His attorney said his client was interested in getting closer to his father, a gun enthusiast.
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