OSU football freshman charged after alleged robbery
BROKEN ARROW, Okla. – Bad news for the OSU football team.
One of their new recruits is facing three felonies.
Freshman running back, Devon Thomas, was formally charged with intent to kill, robbery with a firearm, and first degree burglary.
The charges stem from a robbery last week in Broken Arrow.
The 18-year-old Thomas was a stand-out running back at Broken Arrow High School.
He enrolled early at Oklahoma State, taking classes this spring.
He was going through spring practice with the football team.
Three other arrests have been made in the robbery.
Thomas was released on $190,000 bond.