An Owasso man with prior convictions for driving under the influence is in the Rogers County jail after he was involved in a fatal crash on U.S. 412 on Monday.
Bradley Wofford, 32, was booked about 4 a.m. Tuesday on complaints of driving under the influence, second-degree murder, inattentive driving, driving with a suspended license and possession of methamphetamine.
Wofford’s 2001 Ford F150 reportedly rear-ended 48-year-old Scotty Dilbeck’s 2015 Volkswagen GTI as traffic slowed for another accident in the westbound lanes near County Road 4180.
Dilbeck was pronounced dead at the scene. A drug recognition expert trooper saw multiple indicators of Wofford’s impairment, including drowsiness, droopy eyelids and low, raspy speech, according to a probable cause filing.
Wofford also reportedly had an outstanding arrest warrant for aggravated DUI and was driving with a suspended license. Court records show Wofford was charged in 2009 with misdemeanor driving under the influence in both Tulsa and Cherokee counties.
Jail staff also found a clear glass container with a crystal substance that later tested positive for methamphetamine, according to a probable cause affidavit.
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