MURRAY, Ky. (AP) - A Murray State University student who was charged after campus police found explosives in his dorm room has entered a not guilty plea to four charges of wanton endangerment.
The Paducah Sun reports (http://bit.ly/HfXVVJ) Attorney Ricky Lamkin entered the plea Monday in Calloway Circuit Court for 18-year-old David Wilson of Florissant, Mo.
Lamkin has said that his client made a mistake, but he never intended to hurt anyone or blow up the building,
An affidavit by campus police says Wilson consented to a search of his room on Jan. 31 and officers found black powder mixed with ammonium nitrate, a pipe and a fuse.
A status hearing was set for April 23.
Information from: The Paducah Sun, http://www.paducahsun.com