PITTSBURGH - A former University of Pittsburgh professor accused of sending threatening emails to other professors is expected to be in court Tuesday.
Mark Krangle is charged with harassment and making terroristic threats after police said he sent disturbing emails to four Pitt professors in April.
The emails came amidst constant bomb threats to university buildings on the Oakland Campus.
Krangle is not connected to those bomb threats.
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