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Maybe next guy wil be coming home from the Belmont gun club

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To The Daily Sun,

I've got steam coming out of my ears on this one.

Let me quote what I read in The Daily Sun on April 12. Judge Jim Carroll ruled that the Franklin man who allegedly burglarized a elderly couple's home in Belmont can be freed on reduced bail in he enters an out-patient drug treatment program.

Let me stop there before I puke. According to Channel 9 News and the papers, this punk — hold on ... I have to use the word allegedly — was robbing this elderly couple's residence. They come home, pull in their driveway blocking the not-too-bright punk's car in. In desperation the punk attacks the old-timer, steals his car and takes off down Interstate 93 with a stolen car and jewelry with a multiple-police chase that ends on I-93.

Judge, you don't have to be Arpian Saunders to figure out this punk is a threat to our community.

Maybe the next Belmont resident who comes home to find a stranger robbing them was out at the Belmont gun club instead of out shopping.

Tom Sellew

Lochmere (Tilton)