Man accused of threatening Oklahoma School for the Deaf calls again

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SULPHUR, Okla. (KXII) - Sulphur police say the Los Angeles man accused of making a threatening phone call to the Oklahoma School for the Deaf last week called again.

Police Chief David Shores says Daniel LaHoda called Wednesday requesting to know the status of an employee whose husband allegedly made negative comments about a transgender female student attending Achilles Public Schools in Bryan County.

A week ago the school claimed LaHoda threatened "grave danger" to anyone associated with that employee unless that person was fired in 48 hours.

Shores says LaHoda will not be arrested unless charges are filed.

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