A man who entered a Pittsburgh high school with a gun last year and injured a security guard when both men tumbled through a glass door will spend up to 11 1/2 years in prison.
Twenty-three-year-old Aaron Darrand Mohamed was sentenced Wednesday. He had pleaded guilty in February to aggravated assault, criminal trespass and other charges for entering the Pittsburgh Creative & Performing Arts school with an unloaded handgun. Mohamed told a security guard he was there to pick up a relative for an early dismissal.
Police say a student spotted Mohamed and his gun in a restroom and alerted security, prompting the guard to scuffle with Mohamed for control of his .38-caliber handgun.
When Mohamed ran away, the guard gave chase and the men broke through a glass door.