RAVENNA, Ohio - The 19-year-old Kent State University Student charged accused of sending a Twitter message saying he planned to ‘shoot up’ campus appeared in court Monday afternoon.
William Koberna’s bond was set at $50,000 or 10 percent. He pleaded not guilty to charges of inducing panic, a felony, and aggravated menacing.
He was arrested Sunday at his parents’ home in Brunswick.
His next court appearance is Aug. 3. The judge ordered Koberna to stay off campus and have no contact with KSU President, Lester Lefton.
Kent State Spokesman Eric Mansfield said KSU officials will meet Monday afternoon and could take action that may result in Koberna being suspended from the university.
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