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MARYVILLE, Mo. — A Northwest Missouri State University professor’s Facebook post that some thought sounded like a threat to shoot students has landed the man in trouble with the law. But it’s not because of the Facebook post itself.
The Nodaway County Sheriff spent all day Friday serving a search warrant at Matthew Rouch’s house. They came here looking for guns or bombs, and instead they found marijuana. Lots of it.
All this started when a campus newspaper reporter wrote a story about inappropriate Facebook posts, and Professor Rouch was quoted as posting a comment last week that said he starts out the semester optimistic – quote “but by October, I’ll be wanting to get up to the top of the bell tower with a high powered rifle with a good scope and probably a gatling gun as well.” Campus police questioned him about it.
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