A Kent State University student accused of posting on Twitter that he would be "shooting up" the campus is no longer facing a felony charge.
Prosecutors said a grand jury refused to indict William Koberna, 19, on a felony charge of inducing panic.
Instead, he is now facing a lesser charge of telecommunications harassment.
Koberna was in court Friday for a preliminary hearing. He was arrested nearly a week ago near Cleveland after the university contacted police about the tweet.
Kent State officials say the profanity-laced July 25 tweet included a threat that he would be "shooting up" the school.
A judge told him to stay away from the school.