The Norman Transcript

October 4, 2012

OU medical student faces numerous charges

By Jessica Bruha
The Norman Transcript

NORMAN — An OU medical student was arrested this week after numerous charges were filed against him in Oklahoma County.

Dustin Bailey Graham, 25, of Oklahoma City, was charged with:

· Seven counts of use of a computer for the purpose of violating Oklahoma statutes;

· Unlawfully using a computer system/network to gain access to and damage, modify, alter, delete, destroy, copy, make use of, disclosure or take possession of information;

· Eight counts of using electronic equipment in a clandestine manner; and

· Possession of obscene material involving the participation of a minor under the age of 18

According to court documents, Graham was video-taping women changing, showering and going to the bathroom in his home.

The computer charges are associated to Graham allegedly hacking into students’ email accounts.

He was a third-year medical student and has since been expelled.

Since there is an ongoing investigation, the University of Oklahoma would not comment.

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