Ohio man accused of threatening OU soccer player
BY ANDREW KNITTLE NewsOK.com
Thursday, October 25, 2012
NORMAN — An Ohio man told the OU Police Department he drove hundreds of miles to kill a member of the University of Oklahoma women's soccer team, court records show.
Naasik Ferdous, 21, was arrested Oct. 17 and is being held at the Cleveland County jail after he admitted driving from Cincinnati to Norman with the intent of killing Kelsey Devonshire, the team's goalie. Reports show he called university police from Overland Park, Kan., telling them he was on his way to kill her.
His bail has been set at $2 million. Ferdous has been charged with conspiring to perform an act of violence and stalking in Cleveland County District Court.
Devonshire filed an emergency protective order against Ferdous on Oct. 16, the day he called university police, describing in a written statement the stalking behavior she and other teammates have dealt with since at least last year.
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