By Josh Ellerbrock - email@example.com
SOURCE: Lima News
LIMA — The Lima teenager who allegedly threatened gun violence at Elida High School appeared in court for a motion hearing.
Tristan Ascura, 20, was arrested this past summer after four of his peers told police of alleged threats that Ascura made while playing an online game. He has since been charged with inducing panic, a second-degree felony, and making a terrorist threat, a third degree felony.
During his appearance in court Wednesday, Ascura’s defense attorneys, William Kluge and Patrick Farrell, motioned to reduce Ascura’s bond, currently set at $500,000.