HAMPTON, Va. - The man accused of shooting two people on the campus of HamptonUniversity Sunday appeared in Hampton General District Court viaVideo conference Thursday morning.
Odane Maye, 18, now has a preliminary hearing set for June24.
Wearing no handcuffs or leg restraints, Maye sat down in aclassroom style chair, appearing via video from the Hampton CityJail. Maye was wearing a navy blue hospital-type gown, barefoot,and a white medical bandage over his right cheek.
The judge read the list of charges to Maye, which include twocounts of Aggravated Malicious Wounding, two counts of using aFirearm During a Felony, one count of Breaking and Entering WhileArmed, one count of Possessing a Firearm on School Grounds, and onecount of Discharging a Firearm in an Occupied Dwelling.
Maye was granted a public defender after he told the judge hewas unemployed and was supported by his parents financially.
The hearing lasted only minutes, but started 20 minutes latebecause the judge was stuck in traffic on I-664.
Police say Maye, a former student at Hampton University,allegedly followed a pizza delivery man into Harkness Hall earlySunday morning and opened fire. Maye is accused of shooting a nightdormitory manager and the pizza delivery man several times, beforeturning the gun on himself.
The security guard has been released from the hospital, whilethe delivery driver is still recovering.
Maye is currently being held in the Hampton City Jail. When hewas released from the hospital Wednesday, police were waiting atthe door.
WAVY.com has learned Hampton Police are looking into OdaneMaye's medical and mental history.
According to search warrants obtained by WAVY.com Thursday,detectives requested "any and all documents and handwritten notesrelated to mental health treatment, counseling, medicationsprescribed, and medical records" from the Riverside BehavioralHealth Center on Executive Drive in the city.
On a separate warrant, detectives asked for handwritten notes,academic and advisement records, medical & financial records ofMaye's from Hampton University where Maye was previously a studentbefore he withdrew.
Police spokesperson Cpl. Paula Ensley said Thursdayinvestigators still have not determined a motive in the campusshooting.
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