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Student who set off Conn. lockdown arrested again

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The student who set off a lockdown at Central Connecticut State University when he arrived on campus wearing what was apparently a Halloween costume that included a sword and a BB handgun has been arrested a second time. Campus Police Chief Chris Cervoni said David Kyem, 21, of Newington was arrested Tuesday because he was found on campus after being warned not to return until meeting with school officials. Kyem was charged with criminal trespassing and told to appear for court Nov. 14. Kyem was already facing a hearing on a breach of peace charge related to Monday’s commotion.

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