The White man accused of pulling out a gun on 4 Black Florida A&M College ready to enter an house constructing turned himself into the police on the Leon County Detention Facility in Tallahassee on Friday, in accordance to NBC Information.
Police charged Don Crandall, Jr., 49, with improper exhibition of a firearm, regulation enforcement officers informed NBC Information. If convicted, he might face up to a yr in jail.
Crandall had stated he was a resident of the constructing the group of Black college students have been getting into and informed them, “in the event you don’t received a key to this constructing, you don’t belong within the elevator,” in a video captured by Isaiah Butterfield, one of many college students within the video taken the weekend on Sept. 8.
“He made certain that we noticed the gun. He was holding his arm in a manner to emphasize,” Butterfield informed NBC Information.
After the video went viral, Crandall misplaced his job as normal supervisor of the Baymont by Wyndham, Tallahassee Central.