Johnson County prosecutors on Friday charged an Olathe male with leaving a stage of a crash that killed dual people final weekend in Overland Park.
Bradley E. Woodworth, 45, is charged in Johnson County District Court with withdrawal a stage of a deadliness accident. His bond is set during $100,000.
The mutilate set off a multi-day hunt for a Honda Odyssey that military pronounced might have struck Siebuhr’s car, promulgation it careening into a head-on collision with Bloskey’s vehicle, murdering both drivers.
On Monday, law coercion officers in Miami County, Kan., found Woodworth pang from an damage inside a outpost and he was taken to a sanatorium for treatment.
An Osawatomie towing use took a van, that was found and recovered by Johnson County law coercion officers on Tuesday.
Osawatomie military and a Miami County Sheriff’s Office declined to criticism on a incident. The owners of a towing use also declined to comment.
Woodworth was arrested Thursday and requisitioned into a Johnson County jail. His initial justice coming is scheduled for Monday afternoon.
Woodworth lives in a tidy, south Olathe area in a 15700 retard of South Summertree Court, not distant from Heritage Park and not distant from a stage of Saturday’s wreck.
When a Star contributor visited a home Thursday, a lady who answered a doorway declined to speak.
A decade ago Woodworth, a father of twin boys, was a theme of a community fund-raising campaign after losing his pursuit as a comparison program support dilettante during Garmin Ltd. while he was undergoing chemotherapy for leukemia. The Star wrote about his conditions in 2009.
He was diagnosed with strident myeloid leukemia during age 36. Unable to go to a bureau with his defence complement weakened, he irregularly worked from home for a time.
But when he was incompetent to pinpoint a date when he could lapse to work, a association discharged him.
At a time, Garmin remarkable that it had finished some-more for Woodworth than compulsory by law, giving him some-more than 3 months of delinquent leave. He was lonesome by long-term incapacity insurance.
Still, Woodworth told a contributor afterwards that he felt a association let him down.
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“Have a small bit of a heart is all I’m saying,” he said. “I only don’t know how they nap with themselves during night.”
Before Saturday’s wreck, Woodworth had been cited in Johnson County for dual pushing infractions — a registration defilement in 2008 and an vulnerable spin in 2005. Both cases were discharged by prosecutors, according to justice records.
In those justice records, he listed a prior residence in Overland Park and named as an employer a pharmacy services association Optum RX. He was innate in Kansas City.
In 1995, Woodworth pleaded guilty to speeding in Callaway County, Mo., and paid a $70 fine.
Students during Rockhurst High School in Kansas City paid reverence to their classmate, Matthew Bloskey, a senior, who was killed in a aroused strike and run collision Saturday in Overland Park.