TOWSON, Md. (AP) - A high school sophomore has been indicted for his alleged involvement in the Perry Hall High School shooting.
A Baltimore County Grand Jury indicted Robert Wayne Gladden, Jr, Tuesday as a result of the shooting.
According to the indictment, Gladden was charged with a total of 29 counts. Nine counts of attempted murder, nine counts of first degree assault, nine counts of reckless endangerment, one count of use of a firearm in the commission of a crime of violence and one count of carrying a weapon on school property.
The indictment names eight other potential victims in the case, including counselor Jesse Wasmer, who is credited with stopping Gladden.
The State's Attorney's Office says that Gladden's father, Robert Gladden, Sr., will not be charged with any crimes even though the suspect stayed at his father's home.
While it is alleged that Gladden, Jr., a minor, obtained the gun used in the crime from his father's house, Maryland law requires proof that the gun was accessible and a loaded at the time the minor had access to it.
As for Andrew Piper, Gladden's stepfather, who Gladden, Jr. lived with, remains charged with possession of a weapon by a prohibited person. Despite this charge, the evidence shows that all guns were locked in the Piper household.
At this time, a bail hearing has not been scheduled for Gladden.
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