Update on Banned Student
On Saturday, a Portland State student was banned from campus for sending threatening emails.
Gregory Reynolds, a 38-year-old white man, was identified in a photo in an alert sent out by the Campus Public Safety Office.
After the alert was sent, Reynolds was interviewed by local law enforcement and was not arrested, said CPSO Director Phil Zerzan.
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