He had used a family member’s credit cards and vehicle to move across the state lines, court documents stated. He also sold his college textbooks for cash.
After reading the letter on Oct. 16, the current OU student obtained an Emergency Protective Order in the District Court of Cleveland County.
On Oct. 17, Ferdous drove about 300 miles from Kansas to the OU campus in Norman with “the expressed intent of locating the current OU student and physically assaulting her,” the affidavit states.
The OU Police Department then made contact with him and arrested him.
“Ferdous stated that he was going to stay in Norman, Okla., until he located the current OU student and physically assaulted her,” court documents stated.