Former Oklahoma College teacher Bryan Denny arrested after drugs, human jawbone found in home

A former criminal justice instructor at an Oklahoma college has reportedly been arrested after drugs and a human jawbone were found in his campus home.

The shocking discovery at Bryan Denny’s home was made during a routine security inspection of all student and residential housing on the Eastern Oklahoma State College campus on Aug. 31, according to an affidavit from the Stillwater News Press.

Denny, who was a criminal justice instructor at the school at the time, immediately began “exhibiting nervous behavior” after being briefed on the routine inquest of his home, according to the affidavit.

The 44-year-old then allegedly took a box and a “marijuana rolling tray” from his living room and placed them in a bathroom drawer, the affidavit said.

This prompted a search warrant, approved by a Choctaw Nation District Judge, at the tribal man’s home, where weed, a substance that tested positive for cocaine, and paraphernalia were found, the report said.

Even more shocking, according to the affidavit, officers also found a “black hard plastic suitcase” that appeared to contain a “human jawbone with five decayed teeth.”

After a judge issued another search warrant, authorities found three firearms, the Stillwater News Press reported.

Denny was charged with distribution of a controlled dangerous substance, including willful possession, unlawful removal of a body, possession of a firearm in commission of a felony and possession of marijuana.

He was released from school on September 5. Before becoming a criminal justice instructor, Denny served as the college’s police chief and dean of student life during his tenure, the report said.

Denny’s lawyers argued the human remains were actually an artifact passed to him by a family member, KFOR reported. His legal team also insisted that her client, who is a member of the Cherokee Nation, was “the target of a retaliatory campaign by former friends and law enforcement officials” to “destroy a good man’s reputation.”

“The charges are solely for the purpose of sensationalizing the arrest of Mr. Denny, embarrassing and embarrassing him to plead a lesser charge or a soft deal when he is not guilty of anything,” she said Wagner & Lynch law firm.

“We look forward to our opportunity in court and hope the media will report Mr. Denny’s exoneration with the same fervor they report sensational and fabricated charges.” Former Oklahoma College teacher Bryan Denny arrested after drugs, human jawbone found in home


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