PLYMOUTH (WBSM) — The Marshfield man who allegedly bit another man at an elementary school bus stop on Wednesday pleaded not guilty today to multiple charges.

According to Plymouth County District Attorney Timothy J. Cruz, Oscar Anderson, 29, pleaded not guilty today to one count each of assault and battery, assault and battery with a dangerous weapon, disorderly conduct and disturbing the peace.

Marshfield Police received multiple 911 calls at around 8:15 a.m. on May 15 reporting an altercation at a school bus stop on Plain Street. Police said two of the callers stated one of the men pulled a gun on the other.

Because the incident happened at a school bus stop and was close to a nearby school, police advised all Marshfield schools to go into a “shelter in place” status while investigating the incident.

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According to the D.A.’s Office, the victim was transported to a local hospital after sustaining a human bite under his armpit, and suffering injuries to his head after allegedly being struck by a set of keys by Anderson during the physical altercation.

Marshfield Police, Massachusetts State Police, the Plymouth County Sheriff’s Department and the METRO-LEC team then searched for the gun witnesses said was involved.

Anderson’s bail was set at $25,000 and he must stay away from and have no contact with the victim, stay away from the victim’s home and work, and wear a GPS monitoring bracelet.

Anderson also had his bail revoked on an open case in Quincy, the D.A.’s Office said.

He will make his next court appearance on June 11.

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