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Minneapolis Community Technical College

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A man accused of threatening to shoot a community college student for not buying his rap compact disc and then threatening to shoot a security guard was charged with two counts of second-degree assault.

Joel Rosenberg, 36, of Minneapolis also was charged Monday with one count of committing a crime while wearing a bulletproof vest.

The incident on Friday prompted police to cordon off Minneapolis Community and Technical College while 120 officers evacuated students and faculty and searched campus buildings for eight hours. Rosenberg was arrested without incident at his mother's home Friday night.

During the lunch hour, a 19-year-old man said Rosenberg, who was selling CDs, approached him and a friend in a college cafeteria, according to the criminal complaint.

The student declined Rosenberg's offer and said Rosenberg became angry, began yelling and put a handgun to his head and cocked it, saying "See, I am going to lay you down," the complaint alleged.

When a security guard entered the cafeteria, Rosenberg pointed the handgun at him and threatened to blow off his head if he called police, the complaint said.


Answer:
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Alleged Gunman Charged In College Incident

Suspect Is Accused Of Threatening Another Man

MINNEAPOLIS, Updated 7:25 a.m. CDT April 4, 2000 -- A man accused of threatening to shoot a community college student for not buying his rap compact disc and then threatening to shoot a security guard, was charged Monday with two counts of second-degree assault.

Tyrone Pierson, 21, of Minneapolis, also was charged with one count of commission of a crime while wearing a bulletproof vest.

The incident on Friday prompted police to cordon off Minneapolis Community and Technical College, evacuate students and faculty and search campus buildings for eight hours.

Pierson was arrested Friday night without incident at his south Minneapolis apartment.

During the lunch hour, a 19-year-old man said that Pierson, who was selling CDs, approached him and a friend in a college cafeteria, according to the criminal complaint.

The student declined Pierson's offer and said that Pierson became angry, began yelling and put a handgun to his head and cocked it, saying "See, I am going to lay you down."



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