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Judge refused to change bond for a man accused of bringing a gun to State Capitol

Alok K. Rohra, 36, of St. Louis, is accused of trying to bring a gun into the Missouri State Capitol on Tuesday, May 10. Rohra wanted to show the firearm to Governor Mike Parson, according to court documents.
Cole County Jail
Alok K. Rohra, 36, of St. Louis, is accused of trying to bring a gun into the Missouri State Capitol on Tuesday, May 10. Rohra wanted to show the firearm to Governor Mike Parson, according to court documents.

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (KMIZ)

A Cole County judge has refused to change the bond for a man accused of bringing a gun to the State Capitol.

Alok Rohra was in court Tuesday morning for his bond hearing review where the judge denied a bond modification citing "clear and convincing evidence exists that he will reoffend given criminal history, and allegations in probable cause statement."

A preliminary hearing is scheduled for the afternoon of June 23.

Rohra is charged with unlawful possession of a firearm - dangerous felon.

He is currently being held at the Cole County Jail without bond.

According to online court records, Bradford Kessler is Rohra's defense attorney.

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