DUNCAN, OK (KSWO) -One year after the death of a Duncan motorcyclist in a crash with a pickup, an arrest warrant has been issued for the man accused of causing his death.
According to an affidavit, investigators examined Cox's cell phone to see if any activity might have contributed to the crash. They determined he had made a call that lasted about 30 seconds, which ended less than a minute before the first call for help with the crash came into 911 dispatchers.
One of the victims told the Oklahoma Highway Patrol that Cox said he had just turned his phone off. Another witness said they heard Cox say, 'I just hit send.'
Blood tests showed no signs of drugs or alcohol in Cox's system, leading investigators to believe distracted driving, due to his cellphone, caused the crash.