A Providence College basketball player, Alyn Breed, was in court after allegedly threatening his girlfriend with a gun. The incident occurred last weekend, leading to Breed being charged with gun offenses and driving without the operator’s consent. Breed was held without bail, but the state withdrew its objection to bail the following day after prosecutors reported the complaining witness had become uncooperative. The judge ordered Breed to have no contact with the victim and set his bail at $25,000. Breed’s defense attorney, Maria Deaton claims that the victim’s allegations are false and that no gun was found. He has been suspended from the basketball team and will undergo a grand jury hearing.