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Bond set at $250K for man accused of recording himself with gun at Nationwide Children's

Investigators said Stacey Allison was on Facebook live posing with a pistol inside his child's room Thursday morning. (WSYX/WTTE)

The Columbus father who police said went live on Facebook with a gun inside his child's room at Nationwide Children's Hospital was in court Friday morning.

Investigators said Stacey Allison was on Facebook live posing with a pistol inside his child's room Thursday morning.

A judge set bond for Allison at $250,000.

In court, investigators said Allison concealed the gun inside a sweatshirt in his child's car set. They said he is not allowed to have a gun, after a burglary charge from May 2016.

The lawyer representing Allison said he is a high school graduate who has lived in Columbus his entire life. He is expected to be back in court on October 13th.

Nationwide Children's Hospital said for safety reasons, they don't want to reveal too much about safety procedures. Representatives for the hospital said there is a metal detector in the emergency department and the hospital is a weapon-free zone.

Representatives said they are grateful the situation was wrapped up and no one was hurt.

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