Kent State man pleads not guilty after shot fired

KENT, Ohio (AP) — A Kent State University student suspected
of prompting a campus lockdown after shooting himself in the hand has
pleaded not guilty to carrying a concealed weapon.
A judge on
Monday set bond at $40,000 and told 24-year-old Quavaugntay Tyler of
Cleveland to stay away from the northeast Ohio campus.
It’s not clear if he has an attorney.
Kent
State police say the freshman fired only once last Wednesday night
while arguing with two female students. No one else was hurt.
Police
say Tyler was the subject of a campus theft investigation and was on
probation from a separate theft case. He told police he had a gun
because he’d been the victim of an armed robbery.
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KENT, Ohio (AP) — A Kent State University student suspected
of prompting a campus lockdown after shooting himself in the hand has
pleaded not guilty to carrying a concealed weapon.
A judge on
Monday set bond at $40,000 and told 24-year-old Quavaugntay Tyler of
Cleveland to stay away from the northeast Ohio campus.
It’s not clear if he has an attorney.
Kent
State police say the freshman fired only once last Wednesday night
while arguing with two female students. No one else was hurt.
Police
say Tyler was the subject of a campus theft investigation and was on
probation from a separate theft case. He told police he had a gun
because he’d been the victim of an armed robbery.
Copyright 2014 The Associated Press. All rights
reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or
redistributed.