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Former OU Coach Supports Man Charged With Bringing Gun Into Moore School

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Mug shot of Mark Brim. Mug shot of Mark Brim.
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The man charged with leaving a loaded gun at a Moore elementary school turns himself in. And now, he's getting some support from family friend and legendary OU football coach Barry Switzer.

10/10/2012 Related Story: Man Charged With Leaving Loaded Gun At Moore School

Mark Brim admits the loaded gun found by a teacher on Monday at Plaza Towers Elementary school was his. He claims he left it there by accident over the weekend when he was there helping his wife, who is a teacher.

Brim told police the gun fell out of his pocket and he didn't know it until Monday when the school went on lockdown.

10/8/2012 Related Story: Moore Police: Gun Left By Accident At Elementary School

Now Switzer says Brim shouldn't be charged with a felony. On, Switzer was seen with Brim during a court hearing.

"It was self-reported by him," Switzer said. "He went to police when he heard the publicity and went down, self-reported it and said it was mine, it was my gun. I hope they just give him a misdemeanor charge. That's what it should be."

Brim and his attorney will discuss the charge with the District Attorney's office on October 23.

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