DENVER — Editor's note: An earlier version of this story inaccurately listed Rae's charges. The story has since been updated.
After a late Friday night court hearing in Denver, 30-year-old Tushar Rae was back in court Sunday morning — a day before he was slated to appear in front of a different judge in a different courtroom in a different county.
Rae is accused of making violent threats toward school administrators and bringing a weapon onto school grounds on April 3. He was arrested at his home in Denver, an arrest affidavit says. Rae worked at Aurora West Preparatory Academy in Arapahoe County.
Rae was arrested for the following charges:
- 2 felony counts of attempted deadly assault
- 1 felony count of possession of a weapon on school grounds
- 1 count of carrying a concealed weapon
He posted a $200,000 bond on those charges and is due in court Monday afternoon there.
As of Friday night, Rae was also in court in Denver, facing a felony menacing and false imprisonment charge. Sunday morning, he appeared in Denver court for advisement.
Rae's bond for that case has been set at $75,000, which includes electronic monitoring.
A protection order was issued for Aurora West Prep's principal, Taisiya Tselolikhin. She was the one who originally reported to police what Rae allegedly did after the April 3 incident, according to an arrest affidavit.
Defense attorney Nicolas Geman said in open court that the case was related to mental health.
"This is the unfortunate result of mental health struggles combined with a toxic relationship," Geman said.
Rae will be in Arapahoe County court at 1:30 p.m. Monday related to the Aurora West case.
It remains unclear how much the two cases are related, as the circumstances of the Denver court case remain unknown while the affidavit is - according to Vikki Migoya with the 18th Judicial District Attorney's Office - sealed.
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