OU Employee Ordered to Undergo Psychiatric Evaluation After Making Threats

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Stacy Gorham, 53, pleaded not guilty today to charges of inducing panic and possessing criminal tools.

A judge ordered he undergo a psychological evaluation within the next 10 days.

Police arrested Gorham Friday afternoon when he allegedly threatened to bring a gun on OU grounds.

Reports say he was afraid of losing his job after misplacing keys issued to him by the university. Gorham is a utility worker for the school and has been placed on administrative leave.

Officials found eight 8 firearms, including an AK-47, during a search of his Old Coach Road home on Friday.

If found guilty, he could face up to 6 months in jail. His court date is January 7th.




 
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