Man charged with killing 4 Durant teens back in Bryan County
The man charged in the killing for four Durant teens in a crash has been transferred to the Bryan County Jail.
Troopers with the Oklahoma Highway Patrol picked up up 42-year-old Bradley Shawn Pittman from the Collin County Jail Thursday night, where he had been
Pittman is accused of speeding and driving under the influence of alcohol when his pickup truck
killing four teenagers — Kaleb Foster, Jack Sarver, Fernando Flores and Hunter Ford.
Troopers say Pittman had more than three times the legal limit of alcohol in his system and a suspended license.
Pittman is charged with four counts of second-degree murder. His bond is set at $4 million.
Troopers are asking for anyone with information to come forward so they can close the investigation.
"The court system is set up that you're innocent until proven guilty. I'll present the case to the DA. I've already presented the preliminary case. They come up with the finding of probable cause. He has a right to say I'm guilty or I'm not guilty. Then They'll select a jury, and that jury has the responsibility to listen to all the facts of the case," said Brad Dansby with the Oklahoma Highway Patrol.