Ohio Student Arrested – Told Class He Wanted to Shoot Mitt Romney

Shaquille Brown was arrested on Monday in Ohio after talking about shooting Mitt Romney.

Brown blurted out while working in a group, “can we leave, because Romney is in town and I want to go shoot him.” (Clevescene)

CBS Local reported:

A community college student who was overheard by a teacher saying he wanted to leave class to go shoot Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney during a visit to the state has been arrested and charged with inducing panic, police said.

Shaquille Brown told police after he was taken into custody that he didn’t even have a gun to do such a thing, according to an Elyria Police Department report.

Brown, 19, was charged Wednesday in Elyria Municipal Court with one count of inducing panic, a low-level felony. He said in a brief phone interview that he was just making a joke and never said anything about shooting.

Brown, of Elyria, a two-hour drive north of Columbus, was arrested Monday after a teacher at Lorain County Community College overheard him during a time that students were doing group work in a class, the police report said.

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