There will be no arraignment for Quavaugntay Tyler today, according to the Portage County Common Pleas Court clerk.
PORTAGE COUNTY -- There will be no arraignment for Quavaugntay Tyler today, according to the Portage County Common Pleas Court clerk. No reason was immediately given.
No new arraignment date has been scheduled.
Tyler, 24, originally from Cleveland, was arrested late Wednesday for carrying a concealed weapon (a fourth degree felony) pending further review by the prosecutor's office.
He is a freshman Kent State student.
During an argument with two female Kent State students, Tyler pulled a weapon that discharged immediately and struck his left hand.
No other person was injured. The women fled.
The campus was put into lockdown after a report of a gun shot.
Police pursued the suspect and received reports that someone matching his description was at the Business Administration Building. The police ordered a shelter in place advisory for the Kent Campus.
One of the women from the argument called Kent State Police and told them that the suspect is probably wounded.
Police located Tyler at Robinson Memorial Hospital around 11:30 p.m. Wednesday where he sought treatment for his injury. Police recovered a weapon.
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