John Hinckley Junior, the man who shot and nearly killed President Ronald Reagan in 1981, is out of a mental hospital and walking the streets and shopping.

Dressed in jeans and a blue checkered shirt, Hinckley shopped for belts before leaving the store and driving away. The man who once put a bullet into President Reagan in a deranged attempt to impress actress Jodie Foster was just released in a controversial decision.

Hinckley is now living full time at his 90-year-old mother's home in Virginia, just steps away from a huge tourist destination: Colonial Williamsburg.

Hinckley must meet with a psychiatrist and therapist weekly and is required to have a cellphone with GPS.