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CORVALLIS, Ore. -- The suspect in Thursday’s active shooter scare had 15 loaded magazines, an AK-47, a flack vest and a combat helmet in his apartment, according to prosecutors.
At his arraignment on Friday, Adrian Nickerson, 22, of Albany was ordered to not have contact with Foster Farms, the victim or firearms, and his bail was set at $1 million.
Nickerson was arrested Thursday after police said he got into a vehicle crash and went into the Foster Farms distribution center, firing one round inside a women’s bathroom before eventually surrendering himself. A woman was inside the bathroom when the suspect fired, but she was not injured.
His next court date has been set for July 25.
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