Kennesaw State University student arrested over threat to kill classmates

KENNESAW, Ga. (AP) -- Authorities say a Kennesaw State University student who is accused of attacking students and threatening to kill everyone in his class has been arrested and is not allowed back on campus.

An arrest warrant states that 19-year-old Samuel Friedman attacked one student and sexually harassed a female student in a math class on Oct. 24.

WSB-TV reports that police arrested Friedman at his Roswell home Thursday and that he bonded out of jail Friday afternoon. A judge ordered him to stay away from the campus as a part of his bond agreement.

It's unclear what Friedman has been charged with, or if he has a lawyer.

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