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Connecticut man in plea deal for carrying assault weapon on campus

MILFORD Conn. (Reuters) - A former University of New Haven student pleaded guilty on Friday to charges stemming from an incident that triggered fears of another Connecticut school massacre in the style of the 2012 Sandy Hook shootings. William Dong, 23, of Fairfield, Connecticut, will serve at least two years in prison under a plea deal, authorities said. He was arrested on Dec. 17 on charges of bringing two handguns and a banned assault rifle to the New Haven school, prompting a massive police response and campus-wide lockdown. Dong pleaded guilty to one felony count, related to the assault rifle, and two other two felony counts for illegal possession of a handgun, according to a...

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