Teacher accused of firing gun at school granted bond

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The Dalton High School teacher accused of firing a gun at school has been granted a $10,000 bond.

That decision was announced by the Whitfield County District Attorney.

Randal Davidson was charged with bringing a gun to school, barricading himself inside his classroom, and firing a shot through a window last month.

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Conditions of Davidson’s bond is having to wear an ankle monitor and check into a facility for psychiatric evaluation and treatment.

He will also have to hand over any firearms he owns.

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