Charge Dropped Against Homeless Man Accused in Bicycle Bob's Death
OKLAHOMA CITY – A murder charge has been dismissed against a man accused of killing Edmond's Bicycle Bob, and he has been released from jail.
Prosecutors requested the charge against Travis Jim be dismissed following the arrest of three teenagers this weekend.
Jim was arrested after telling police he had killed Dwite Morgan in October. Morgan, known as Bicycle Bob, was a well-known homeless man in Edmond.
Edmond police said new information led investigators to conclude that Jim actually was not involved in the crime.
Connor Mason, Heather Parker and Nikolas Kerr, all 19, were arrested over the weekend.
Mason was arrested on a complaint of first-degree murder. Parker was charged with obstruction of an officer and accessory to a felony. Kerr was arrested on a complaint of accessory after the fact.