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Man charged in Somerville Street shooting had permit for pistol
Police Lt. Maureen Tessier said Thomas Landry, 25, of 759 Somerville St., applied for a concealed weapon permit in August 2012, citing personal safety and defense as the reason.
Landry also said in his application for a court-appointed attorney that he is disabled and receives monthly VA benefits.
Tessier was unable to confirm Landry's military service Tuesday, saying that was not a top priority for investigators.
The gun is still missing, police said.
A rifle and a magazine for a Sig Sauer P229 .40 caliber handgun and a magazine holder were found with a duffel bag in a bedroom at Landry's residence, according to court documents.
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