Deputy Could Face Disciplinary Action In Sapulpa Wreck
SAPULPA, Oklahoma - A Tulsa County Sheriff’s Office deputy will go in front of a review board after Sapulpa Police say he was speeding seconds before a crash.
Sapulpa Police said information from the computer inside Deputy Dustin Duboise’s SUV shows he was going 29 miles per hour over the speed limit.
The crash happened on July 12, 2017, on Highway 97, which has a speed limit of 50 miles per hour.
The deputy was either leaving or going to an off duty job when he collided with the other vehicle, TCSO PIO Casey Roebuck told News On 6 on July 12.
Sapulpa Police said Duboise was going north on the highway when a woman facing west pulled out from Highway 166. They said she went left in front of the deputy and that’s when the crash happened.
The woman went to the hospital with non-life threatening injuries and is expected to be okay.
The review board will decide if Duboise will face any disciplinary action.