3 charged in death of Edmond homeless man

OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) - Three Edmond residents have been charged in connection with the death of a 54-year-old homeless man known as "Bicycle Bob."
According to Oklahoma County jail records, 19-year-old Connor Adam Mason is charged with first-degree murder, while 19-year-old Nikolas David Kerr is charged with accessory after the fact.
The Oklahoman reported another 19-year-old, Heather Irene Parker, is charged with accessory after the fact, although she was not listed as an inmate on Saturday morning on the jail's Web site.
Jail records do not indicate if any of the three have attorneys.
The body of Dwite Morgan was found Oct. 18 in a wooded area. He was well-known locally as "Bicycle Bob" because he was often seen riding a bicycle in the Oklahoma City suburb.

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