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Marion County’s revolving door of justice just put another violent offender back on the streets of Indianapolis.

Dominique Baquet, the man accused in an Indianapolis funeral home shooting, is now out on GPS monitoring with no home detention courtesy of Marion County Judge Mark Stoner.

Baquet is accused of firing into a crowd of people during a funeral on July 31. Five people were injured in the shooting including a four-year-old child who was shot in the head.

Judge Stoner agreed to lower Baquet’s bond from a $100,000 surety to $20,000 surety despite objections from prosecutors and the victims’ family members.

Along with lowering his bond, Judge Stoner lifted home detention. This means Baquet is free to move about – even out of the county – as long as his bondsman gives approval.

Baquet has prior violent felony convictions on his record.

WIBC’s Hammer and Nigel comment in the clip below.