Teen whose wheelchair was stolen back at school in rental
RENO, Nev. — Tristin Hurley went back to Swope Middle School Wednesday in a rented wheelchair.
Tristin missed school Monday and Tuesday after his custom wheelchair was stolen from its locked post outside of his mother's second-story apartment in Sparks.
His mother filed a police report but there have been no leads, only questions about who would take a child's wheelchair.
Tristen, 15, was diagnosed with Osteogenesis imperfecta when he was a baby. The genetic disorder, commonly called brittle bone disease, causes bones to break easily for no apparent cause.
After several surgeries, including... read more
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