Second Suspect In 'Bicycle Bob' Murder Gets 10-Year Suspended Sentence
EDMOND, Oklahoma - The second suspect in the murder of a well-known homeless man accepts a plea deal on Friday.
Nikolas Kerr was given a ten-year suspended sentence in the death of Dwite Morgan, also known as Bicycle Bob.
Prosecutors charged him with accessory to murder after Kerr admitted he heard Connor Mason talking about killing a homeless man.
Earlier this week, Mason entered a blind guilty plea after his attorney says he had a change of heart in jail.