$250,000 Bond For Regal Cinema Weapons Suspect
Scott A. Smith faces 21 charges related to allegedly bringing loaded gun, ammunition and knives into theater showing "The Dark Knight Rises."
Bond was set at $250,000 Thursday afternoon for Scott A. Smith, who was arrested Saturday after allegedly bringing a loaded gun, ammunition and four knives to a late-night showing of The Dark Knight Rises at Regal Cinema in Crocker Park.
Smith is facing 21 charges: 19 third-degree felony charges for having weapons under disability, one misdemeanor concealed carry violation for the four knives, and one fourth-degree felony concealed carry violation for the loaded gun.
His next hearing is Aug. 14.
If Smith posts bond, he was also ordered by Cuyahoga County Court of Common Pleas judge Robert C. McClelland to stay away from Regal Cinema, Crocker Park and The Promenade, all properties owned by Crocker Park owner Stark Enterprises.
More updates to come.
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