Alexis Gray’s trial, which was scheduled for July 3, will be handled by District Attorney Pat Nadolski on Sept. 18. She will be tried in the Alamance County Superior Court.
Gray, an 18-year-old student at Penn State University, entered Elon University’s campus Nov. 25, 2012, with a Remington-597.22 caliber rifle, a knife and 6.5 feet of rope in her vehicle. Her parents and ex-boyfriend, Greg Seelagy, an Elon student, alerted campus police that she was likely traveling to Elon, and the police apprehended her outside Danieley Center. After obtaining a search warrant, the police searched Gray’s vehicle and took her into custody.
After being taken into custody, Gray completed an evaluation at Central Regional Hospital in Raleigh and returned to Pennsylvania with her parents. She will be enrolled in an intensive psychological treatment program there, according to an email sent by Smith Jackson, vice president and dean of Student Life.
Gray is only allowed to return to North Carolina for court appearances. She has been permanently barred from the Town of Elon and the Elon University campus.