Former Oklahoma State University researcher charged
September 1, 2017
OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — A former research executive who was sued by Oklahoma State University after being accused of fraud has been charged with making a false statement to secure a federally guaranteed bank loan.
Daniel Keogh, 47, was charged Monday with making a false statement to acquire a $3.2 million loan from First Pryority Bank, The Oklahoman reported. The loan was 80 percent guaranteed by the United States Department of Agriculture. Keogh is the former contract operator of university-owned Multispectral Laboratories.
Keogh is accused of telling loan officers from the Tulsa area that...