Subject sought in accident after sword drawn on tow driver

Team Radio Marketing Group - November 27, 2017 1:00 pm

Blackwell Police Department received a call of a one-car accident at U.S. 177 and Brake Road at 4 p.m. Sunday and contacted the Oklahoma Highway Patrol and Kay County Sheriff’s Office.

The Kay County Sheriff’s Office responded at 5:30 p.m. to stay at the scene until the Highway Patrol could get to the scene. A wrecker reported to the sheriff’s deputies that the vehicle’s owner returned to the accident scene and pulled a sword on him.

Deputies said the vehicle was a maroon four-door vehicle. The subject was wearing a black trench coat and had long black hair. Two dogs were in the vehicle.

Deputies attempted to locate the subject in Blackwell but he was not at the address that was given. The subject was identified as a William White.

 

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