Former CCSU student pleads not guilty in connection with campus lockdown scare

February 28, 2014, 5:53 am
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(NECN) -  A former Central Connecticut State University student has pleaded not guilty to charges of breach of peace and criminal trespassing following a school lockdown.
David Kyem, 21, was allegedly behind a campus-wide emergency and lockdown in November while wearing a Halloween costume.
Police say he was carrying a plastic samurai sword and a BB gun.
Police want his family to pay $13,000, the cost of the department's emergency response.

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