TOWSON, Md. (AP) - A Maryland teenager charged in a high school shooting that wounded another student is scheduled to appear in court for a bail hearing.
Prosecutors say the hearing for 15-year-old Robert W. Gladden is scheduled Thursday morning in Towson. 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 (bo-ROW-ee) was wounded in the shooting on the first day of the school year. He was released Monday from a trauma center in Baltimore, where he spent two weeks.
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