Probation Ends For Football Player Charged In Traffic Death
Tuesday, March 6th 2007, 6:14 am
News On 6
A Tulsa County District Court judge has ended probation for one of three Jenks High School football players charged with a teammate's accidental traffic death.
District Judge Edward Hicks ended probation Monday for 18-year-old Eric Davis. He was charged with reckless driving. The other two players will be on probation until May 7th.
The accident happened last July when some Jenks High School football players were coming back to Jenks after playing paintball. They were riding in two SUVâ€™s on the Creek Turnpike. The passengers in one SUV fired a paintball into the other SUV, and that is when the Oklahoma Highway Patrol says Davis lost control and wrecked.
Garrett Bennett was killed in the accident.
For more background on this story, click on the links below to read additional stories about the fatal traffic accident and related court case.
7/12/2006 - Jenks High School Student Dies In A Creek Turnpike Traffic Accident
7/17/2006 - Memorial Held For Jenks High School Student Killed In Traffic Accident
7/20/2006 - OHP Turns Creek Turnpike Fatal Accident Report Over To DA
8/8/2006 - Teens Involved In Fatal Creek Turnpike Crash Identified
10/11/2006 - Three Jenks Football Players Plead No Contest In Deadly Accident
11/7/2006 - Jenks Football Players Get Community Service, Counseling For Paintball Death