TOWSON, Md. (WMAR) - Bond for the teen charged in the shooting at Perry Hall High School that sent a special needs student to the hospital still remains to be set.
Court officials say Robert Gladden's mental evaluations have yet to be shared with his attorney. They say another reason bond has not been set is because Gladden is being held on suicide watch at the detention center. As a result of Gladden being on suicide watch, officials say his contact with attorneys and etc. has been minimal.
Police say the Perry Hall High School sophomore fired a shotgun twice in the school's cafeteria. He faces 29 charges, including attempted murder.
Gladden's attorney says the sophomore brought the gun to school to intimidate bullies and didn't mean to shoot anyone. Gladden was sent to a psychiatric hospital for a mental health evaluation following the shooting.
Seventeen-year-old Daniel Borowy was wounded in the shooting. He was released from the Maryland Shock Trauma Center Monday.
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