Four arrest warrants issued in robbery of teen with autism
This is the surveillance photo that was released by police
MOORE, Okla. – Over a month after a 14-year-old boy with autism was robbed at knife point, authorities believe they may have identified the suspects responsible for the crime.
In September, 14-year-old Coleman Osbon was riding a bike that he worked all summer to buy when he was approached by a group of teens.
“They pulled the knife out and the other kid had brass knuckles and they were like get off the bike!’ says Coleman. “I said no, why are you taking my bike?”
He made it home and his family called police.
While officers searched for the suspects, James Hall decided to help out and purchased a new bike for Coleman.
“We can’t control what happens in life, but there are people out there like us that are willing to step up and help out,” said Hall. “There’s more good guys than bad guys.”
Now, Moore police have issued arrest warrants for three teenagers and a woman that may have played a role in the crime.
Arrest warrants have been issued for 19-year-old Shawn Reich, 20-year-old Melissa Cossey, 16-year-old Brandon Reich and 17-year-old Austin Revels.
If you have any information on the crime, call Moore police.