Former Fresno State student Christian Malik Pryor, 19, center, enters the courtroom for his sentencing hearing for making a criminal threat on social media in November that caused students to leave the campus and classes to be canceled. On Friday, a judge ordered him to be taken into custody and sent to prison for a evaluation that could take up to 90 days. At left is is his lawyer, Sharon Applebaum, with his father at right.
Former Fresno State student Christian Malik Pryor, 19, center, enters the courtroom for his sentencing hearing for making a criminal threat on social media in November that caused students to leave the campus and classes to be canceled. On Friday, a judge ordered him to be taken into custody and sent to prison for a evaluation that could take up to 90 days. At left is is his lawyer, Sharon Applebaum, with his father at right. PABLO LOPEZ plopez@fresnobee.com
Former Fresno State student Christian Malik Pryor, 19, center, enters the courtroom for his sentencing hearing for making a criminal threat on social media in November that caused students to leave the campus and classes to be canceled. On Friday, a judge ordered him to be taken into custody and sent to prison for a evaluation that could take up to 90 days. At left is is his lawyer, Sharon Applebaum, with his father at right. PABLO LOPEZ plopez@fresnobee.com

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