The driver of a tractor trailer who crossed a highway median and collided with a bus in Oklahoma last year, killing four members of the North Central Texas College softball team, was high on synthetic marijuana or “spice,” as the substance is commonly called, federal investigators have determined. Authorities in Murray County, Okla., charged Russel Wayne Staley, 53, Thursday in Murray County District Court for the deaths of the four players, Meagan Richardson, 19 of Wylie, Texas; Katelynn Woodlee, 18, of Windom, Texas; Jaiden Pelton, 20, of Telephone, Texas; and Brooke Deckard, 20, of Scurry, Texas. The players were headed ... Read More
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