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Early morning wreck could land a man in prison

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LAWTON,Okla_An early morning  wreck caused by a suspected drunk driver could send him to prison for five years.  Lawton police responded to a call about a crash just before two am last Friday. 

It happened near the intersection of NW Oak Avenue and 58th street.  There they found Christopher Wright sitting in a car in the middle of the road way. The front end of the car was badly damaged.  Officers say wright was noticeably intoxicated.

 

They discovered a lot of debris in the roadway and discovered another car had been hit in the crash.  A criminal background check revealed Wright's license had been revoked and he had a warrant out for his arrest for theft charges.

Wright is facing several charges including driving under the influence of alcohol. 

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