Former Broken Arrow Football Star Released From Prison
TULSA, Oklahoma - Devon Thomas, a former Broken Arrow football player and OSU recruit convicted of armed robbery, is being released from prison after a judicial review set for Wednesday, August 23. Judge James Caputo had sentenced Thomas to serve 10 years in August, 2016.
With credit for time served after his arrest in August, 2015, Thomas served two years of the 10.
He was arrested police said he robbed a man and a juvenile at gunpoint.
Thomas was a star prospect his senior year at Broken Arrow High School and signed with OSU in 2014. Two months after he signed with the Cowboys, he was arrested on another armed robbery complaint in 2014.
Thomas took to Twitter shortly after his release Wednesday:
Well it took longer than expected but today I'm proud to say I'm free????— Average white guy (@DevonThomas28) August 23, 2017