The 19-year-old who walked into Parkrose High School carrying a shotgun earlier this month has his next court appearance Wednesday.
A grand jury indicted Angel Granados-Diaz last week. He’s been charged with two felonies and two misdemeanors including possession of a firearm in a public building and attempting to discharge a firearm at a school.
In an arrest form, Portland police noted Granados-Diaz brought a loaded shotgun to the Northeast Portland high school and said it was a “suicide attempt w/firearm.”
He’s being held at the Multnomah County Jail on bail.
Granados-Diaz is a high school student at Parkrose, though district officials said he won’t be coming back.
On May 17, police said he carried the shotgun into a classroom.
He was then confronted by football coach and former Oregon Ducks football star Keanon Lowe. The two struggled and Lowe eventually disarmed Granados-Diaz.
Granados-Diaz had been scheduled to be arraigned Tuesday, but the hearing was moved to Wednesday. He has pleaded not guilty.