Austen Almeida -- accused of bringing a gun to Bluffton High School on Wednesday -- is ushered into his bond hearing on Thursday at the Beaufort County Detention Center. Judge Ned Tupper denied him bond on the grounds that he could be a danger to the community and ordered he undergo a mental evaluation.
Austen Almeida -- accused of bringing a gun to Bluffton High School on Wednesday -- is ushered into his bond hearing on Thursday at the Beaufort County Detention Center. Judge Ned Tupper denied him bond on the grounds that he could be a danger to the community and ordered he undergo a mental evaluation. Jay Karr
Austen Almeida -- accused of bringing a gun to Bluffton High School on Wednesday -- is ushered into his bond hearing on Thursday at the Beaufort County Detention Center. Judge Ned Tupper denied him bond on the grounds that he could be a danger to the community and ordered he undergo a mental evaluation. Jay Karr

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