University student arrested after racist, homophobic rant in class caught on video
KTLA / Orange Police
Dayton Kingery, 21, was arrested on suspicion of making criminal threats, assault and vandalism following a racist and homophobic caught-on-video rant.

via KTLA:

ORANGE, Calif. (KTLA) -- A 21-year-old Chapman University student was arrested on suspicion of making criminal threats, assault and vandalism following a racist and homophobic caught-on-video rant that ended with him stomping on a backpack, authorities said Thursday.

Cellphone video taken Tuesday shows a student in a classroom cursing, saying he's been drinking and using obscenities targeting black and gay people.

Dayton Kingery was later taken into custody and booked on suspicion of making criminal threats and felony vandalism for breaking a computer in the backpack, Orange Police Department Sgt. Phil McMullin said.

Police said Kingery assaulted a security guard who is over 65 years old, resulting in an additional charge of elder abuse.

Video shows three officers carrying the man off campus with his hands and feet bound.

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