MAPLEWOOD, N.J. — A New Jersey judge ruled Tuesday there was probable cause that Seton Hall guard Jordan Theodore was in possession of a handgun on school grounds following the Villanova-Seton Hall game on Feb. 15.
The incident followed an alleged attack on Theodore’s mother by a family member of former Seton Hall guard Keon Lawrence in the stands of the Prudential Center during the game.
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