Gun-toting teacher says he meant no harm

A high school teacher with Plymouth-Canton Community Schools, who authorities said brought a gun to school, said he never intended to harm anyone. The Detroit Free Press and The Detroit News reported that Raymond Schepansky, 52, made the statement on Friday, the day of a court hearing in the case. He was charged last month with carrying a concealed weapon, possession of a weapon on school property and felony firearm. A judge is expected to decide May 31 whether there is enough evidence for Schepansky to stand trial.
AP Wire
May 7, 2011

 

Schepansky was arrested April 14 after going to Plymouth High School, and the district canceled classes for a day. Defense lawyer Richard Convertino said Schepansky was at the campus only to drop off a lesson plan for a substitute teacher.

 

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