Hearing for student charged in Carver High School shooting continued until Nov.


Suspect Christopher Lamont Richardson

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WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. — A hearing for Christopher Lamont Richardson Jr., who faces charges stemming from a shooting at Carver High School late last month, was continued on Thursday until November.

Richardson, 18, is accused of bringing a gun to Carver High School on Aug. 30 and shooting another student, Antwain Porter, during a fire drill. He is charged with assault with a deadly weapon, inflicting serious injury; carrying a concealed weapon; possessing and discharging a firearm; and carrying a firearm onto educational property.

Richardson, who was released from Forsyth County Jail on a $50,000 bond, appeared in Forsyth District Court along with his attorney, Teresa Stewart.

Forsyth District Judge Lisa Menefee continued Richardson’s case until Nov. 21.

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