Driver arrested in connection with crash that killed an Oklahoma high school student

OKLAHOMA CITY, Okla. — Police arrested a driver in connection with a crash that killed a Westmoore High School student Thursday afternoon in southwest Oklahoma City.

Authorities said the student was driving a motorcycle north on Western Avenue near Southwest 104th Street when he struck an SUV pulling out of a driveway. EMSA performed CPR, but police said the teenager’s injuries were too severe.

“The motorcycle struck the car, and (he) was probably killed instantly,” Lt. Trevor Taylor said.

The Oklahoma City Police Department identified the student as Kolby Scott Dutton, 17.

Police arrested the driver on complaints of first-degree manslaughter, driving under the influence of drugs and failure to yield from a private drive. Authorities booked her into the Cleveland County jail.

The suspect’s name has not yet been released because charges have not yet been filed.