Report: OSU football freshman arrested in Broken Arrow

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BROKEN ARROW, Okla. – Oklahoma State football early enrollee Devon Thomas has been arrested on complaints of shooting with the intent to kill and armed robbery in Broken Arrow, Oklahoma, according to a report by Kelly Hines of the Tulsa World.

According to the Broken Arrow Police report, the victim told police that Devon Thomas robbed him at gunpoint.

The victim also stated in the report that three other suspects were involved in the robbery.

In the report, Thomas lists Oklahoma State University as his employer/school.

Thomas attended Broken Arrow high school where he was a three star running back prospect.

The 18-year-old athlete enrolled at OSU for the 2014 spring semester and went through spring practice with the Cowboys.

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