A college freshman from Boston allegedly threatened a shooting at his N.C. university
A Boston teenager is being held in North Carolina after authorities there allegedly found two guns and ammunition in his college dorm room on Tuesday. They’ve also charged him with threatening a shooting at the school.
Paul A. Steber, 19, a freshman at High Point University, is charged with two counts of weapons on campus or other educational property, a class F felony, and one count of communicating a threat of mass violence on educational property, a class H felony, according to the High Point Police Department. He was initially held on $3 million bond in Guilford County Jail but was held without bond following an appearance in court Wednesday, High Point Police Capt. Chris Weisner told Boston.com.