- Ahmed Mohamed says he made the clock to impress one of his teachers
- The 14-year-old freshman says he is thinking about transferring to another high school
- Police handcuffed him after he told them it was only a clock; then said there was no evidence the clock was dangerous
(CNN)When Ahmed Mohamed went to his high school in Irving, Texas, Monday, he was so excited. A teenager with dreams of becoming an engineer, he wanted to show his teacher the digital clock he'd made from a pencil case.