An Owasso man was arrested for second-degree murder after a fatal two-vehicle crash. Bradley Wofford, 32, was also booked on complaints of driving under the influence of drugs, inattentive driving, driving with a suspended license and possession of a controlled drug.
Oklahoma Highway Patrol said the wreck took place around 6:30 p.m. Monday, June 10 on westbound Highway 412 near 4180 Road in Rogers County.
Court documents say Wofford rear-ended a car that had slowed for another collision. The driver of the car, 48-year-old Coweta resident Scotty Dilbeck, died in the crash.
Wofford showed signs of being under the influence of an intoxicating substance, according to investigating troopers. The Owasso resident was taken to the hospital where records state he gave a voluntary blood sample.
Wofford had an outstanding warrant for aggravated driving under the influence and previous convictions for DUI. While he was being booked into jail, staff found methamphetamine in a glass container, a booking report states.