GREENSBORO, N.C. (WTVD) -- A man has been arrested on the campus of North Carolina A&T State University with weapons and hundreds of rounds of ammunition.
According to court documents, 27-year-old Brandon James Bentley was charged on Sunday with several counts related to having weapons on educational property and other charges.
Bentley was reportedly found at Sullivan Street and N. Benbow Road on the university campus with a revolver, a loaded handgun, a rifle, two shotguns and more than 500 rounds of ammunition.
He also had a "makeshift firework explosive," brass knuckles, a machete, a sword, a "blowdart weapon," a crossbow, a hatchet, a stun gun, a dozen knives, "claws," a baton, and pepper spray.
"Hearing all the stuff that he had like choking stuff and brass knuckles and the rifles and the chainsaws it's like what is this guy thinking?" Bilyana Garland, a senior at North Carolina A&T told ABC affiliate WXLV. "Who is he trying to hurt? It's scary to think that somebody could have been a victim of whatever he was trying to do."
Law enforcement in Guilford County has not released any other details about his alleged intentions or any possible threat to NC A&T, the largest Historically Black College and University in the country.
Bentley's bond was set at $100,000.
A North Carolina A&T spokesperson told WXLV that because Bentley was immediately arrested and there was no ongoing threat to campus, an Aggie Alert was not issued.