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Charges filed in case of Lawton woman killed by a trash truck

Andrea Robertson was hit by a trash truck while on her way to work on Southwest 52nd and G Avenue. Andrea Robertson was hit by a trash truck while on her way to work on Southwest 52nd and G Avenue.

LAWTON, OK (KSWO)- Charges have been filed in the case of a trash truck that killed a Lawton mother of five on the 4th of July 2017.

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An arrest warrant has been issued for Michael Alan Lorentz, 36, for felonious manslaughter in the 1st degree.

The crash occurred around 5:15 a.m. on SW 52nd Street and G Avenue. Andrea Robertson was struck by a 2014 Mack Trash Truck on the 600 block of SW 52nd Street. According to court records, Robertson was walking around a puddle in the northbound lanes of the roadway when she was hit.

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Lorentz was under the influence of intoxicating substances. He told police he was taking pain medication for a back injury. However, a toxicology screening came back positive for meth, opiates, and ecstasy.

If convicted, he faces no less than 4 years in prison.

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