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OSU coach carjacked while on recruiting trip; 4 teen suspects arrested

CLEVELAND — An Ohio State football coach was the victim of an alleged carjacking in Cleveland earlier this week.

Tight ends coach Keenan Bailey was carjacked near Ginn Academy while on a recruiting trip Monday afternoon, according to

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The 28-year-old coach told police his car was taken at gunpoint. A representative for the university told WOIO in Cleveland that he is “OK.”

The incident was part of a carjacking spree by four teens between the ages of 15 and 18, all of whom have since been arrested.

A Cleveland Police helicopter was used to track down the stolen vehicle, WOIO reported.

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Two suspects, both 18, appeared in court on Wednesday and had their bonds set.

One suspect, Ja’Brian Howard, has his bond set at $650,000. $400,000 for the carjacking and $250,000 for a previous ATM robbery.

The other suspect, Anyrie Wallace, had their bond set at $100,000.

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