Judge sets bail in Bowers' gun case


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According to Meris Campbell of the Queens District Attorney's Office, former Clemson All-American Da'Quan Bowers Da'Quan Bowers
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was charged with second-degree criminal possession by Judge Toko Serita in New York Criminal Court Monday night and bail was set at $10,000.

Video recorded outside the courthouse Monday night showed Bowers getting into a car and driving away after the arraignment.

Bowers was arrested at an airport ticket counter with a .40-caliber handgun, according to Rudy King, a spokesperson for the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, which runs the airport.

Campbell said that there were no bullets in the gun, but there were bullets near the gun in a separate location. According to New York firearms law, if bullets are found next to the weapon, it is considered loaded.

Campbell said that after the bail is posted, Bowers will be able to leave New York. His next court date is April 25.

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