The former Mandan High School student who is accused of bringing a gun to school and causing the school to lock down has pleaded not guilty to all charges.
Todd Miller, 18, is charged with Class C felony counts of accomplice to reckless endangerment and accomplice to terrorizing, as well as Class A misdemeanors of carrying a concealed weapon and possession of drug paraphernalia.
His trial is set for Sept. 16-17.
Mandan High School went into lockdown May 2 when police were notified about a gun at the school.
Miller is accused of having a small caliber revolver, loaded with one round of ammo, at the bottom of his right pant leg. He allegedly gave the gun to another student who then showed it to others.
The other boy taken into custody in the incident is under 18 and has been cited in juvenile court for carrying a concealed weapon, terrorizing and reckless endangerment.