A University of San Diego professor has been suspended after allegedly making death threats toward two faculty members, it was reported Wednesday.
The professor slipped images of sniper rifles or crosshairs under the office doors of at least two faculty members on Sept. 4, the first day of classes for first-year students, NBC7 reported.
The unnamed professor was suspended and removed from campus and is not allowed to participate in school-related events off-campus during the investigation, according to the university.
No further details were immediately available.
–City News Service
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