Being a star football player won’t get you out of this one.
Parrish Cobb turned himself in to authorities after three arrest warrants were issued on Tuesday afternoon. Cobb turned himself in later that evening.
Cobb is charged with three first-degree felony aggravated robberies. He was released after posting a $90,000 bond.
The police were called when a man was robbed while leaving a convenient store. According to Bellmead police Sgt. Kory Martin, he was first approached by a man who held him at gunpoint. Then he was approached by the passenger of a dark colored vehicle, who was also brandishing a a firearm. T
he man who held him at gunpoint then got in the car and drove off with the man’s wallet.
Cobb is believed to have been the driver of the dark colored vehicle. His car was searched, a 2015 Dodge Challenger which is registered in the name of one of Cobb’s family members.
After contributing in his freshman season, he is now suspended indefinitely from all Oklahoma Sooner activities.