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July 1, 2011

A former Cal State Northridge student pleaded no contest today to possession of a firearm

Filed under: California Defense Attorney — Tags: , , — fayarfa @ 3:21 pm

SAN FERNANDO – A former Cal State Northridge student suspected of possessing bomb-making materials pleaded no contest today to possession of a firearm on a university campus and was immediately sentenced, the District Attorney’s office announced.

David Everson, 23, was sentenced by Judge Jeffrey Harkavy to three years probation and ordered to complete a 180-day live-in mental treatment program, said Deputy District Attorney Julie Kramer. Everson also was ordered to stay at least 100 yards away from the Northridge campus while he was on probation.

As part of his plea, the remaining count of possession of ingredients to make a destructive device was dismissed.

Everson was arrested in early January by CSUN police after he allegedly made comments to counselors that caused them to become concerned, officials said. Officials seized a shotgun from his campus dorm room and discovered bomb-making materials.

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