Friday, October 21, 2005
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Gwinnett Daily Post
ATLANTA - Georgia Tech officials have lifted the academic suspension of a student accused of making a bottle bomb that exploded and led to the evacuation of two dormitories.
Theodore Hollot, 18, will be allowed to attend classes but will be banned from living in student housing, said Amelia Gambino, the school's assistant vice president.
Hollot, a nuclear and radiological engineering major, is charged with possession of explosive devices and misdemeanor reckless conduct and was released on a $9,000 signature bond.
The case could go to a grand jury in the next few weeks, officials said.