A former student of John Brown Univesity in Siloam Springs who was arrested in Nov. 2017 in connection with making references to committing a mass shooting or bombing, pleaded not guilty in the case.
According to NBC affiliate KNWA in Fayetteville, Timothy Constantin entered the plea in a Benton County courtroom on Tuesday.
He is charged with criminal acts involving explosives. He had been ordered to be held on a $75,000 bond but is now out of jail.
His next court date is set for Feb. 15.
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