Student in Twitter threat ordered to avoid Kent St

BARBARA RODRIGUEZ
William Koberna is seen in an undated booking photo provided by the Kent State University Police. Authorities say a Koberna, 19, a Kent State University student, is due in court to be arraigned Monday, July 30, 2012 after allegedly posting a message on Twitter saying he planned to "shoot up" the northeastern Ohio campus. Koberna was arrested at his parents' home in the Cleveland suburb of Brunswick Sunday afternoon. The sophomore has been charged with inducing panic, a felony, and aggravated menacing. (AP Photo/Kent State University Police )

COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — A Kent State University student accused of posting a message on Twitter saying he would be "shooting up" the northeastern Ohio campus has been instructed to stay away from the school and its president.

William Koberna, a 19-year-old sophomore, was set to be released Monday after posting part of a $50,000 bond set at Portage County Municipal Court in Ravenna, about 20 miles east of Akron.

Koberna was arrested Sunday at his parents' home in the Cleveland suburb of Brunswick. He's been charged with inducing panic, a felony, and aggravated menacing.

University officials noticed the profanity-laced July 25 tweet and contacted police. It is no longer available. They said it included a threat he planned to be "shooting up" the school. It also identified Kent State University President Lester Lefton.