She said Foglesong expressed to counselor Jonathan Proctor that he thought about wearing a mask to a Sissonville High School football game, opening fire and drawing police fire to himself.
"He said he wanted to harm bad people," Drummond said. "And that one of those persons was a sexual predator."
Police posted Foglesong's picture in the community and alerted the school. His picture was hung inside the ticket booth. There was extra screening for weapons at the games.
All of it was overreaction, Sullivan said.
"It's going to be clear to you that any alarm in the community was leaked out by police and by the school," he said.
The trial is expected to continue Tuesday.
Foglesong has been held at South Central Regional Jail on a $125,000 bond since his arrest. If convicted, he could be sentenced to up to a year in jail.
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