The Fort Bragg soldier who set off a wave of panic and caused a lockdown at Cross Creek Mall earlier this month was ordered not to possess firearms outside of his military duties.
Cumberland County District Court Judge Lou Olivera set a condition on the bail for Bryan Wolfinger that he can not possess firearms outside performance of his military duties. Wolfinger, who is charged with misdemeanor going armed to the terror of the public, appeared in court on Thursday.
His case was continued and a new date has not been set.
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