Park is a student at the Missouri University of Science and Technology, according to online profiles, and he studies computer science and mathematics while working on a grant in biomedical imaging. Park graduated from high school in 2014 in nearby Lake Saint Louis, Missouri. A Boone County judge amended Park’s bail to keep him there without bond.
“Park was contacted in Rolla, Missouri, by the University of Missouri Police and transported to the University of Missouri Police Department in Columbia where he was arrested and processed,” campus police said in a statement. “Additional information cannot be released due to the investigative nature of the report.”
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