Luke Ross and Sean Tucker, both 19, killed in two-vehicle car crash on N. Mustang Road near Piedmont, Oklahoma
An official from Southwest Covenant Schools, a private high school in Yukon, identified the victims as recent graduates Luke Ross and Sean Tucker.
According to police, 48-year-old David Christopher Cochlin is wanted on two counts of second-degree murder, DUI involving death, speeding, and failure to stop for a stop sign.
A man accused of killing two men in a fatal December wreck was arrested Saturday. David Christopher Cochlin, 48, was booked into the Canadian County jail.
Tucker’s parents are seeking in excess of $100,000 on behalf of his estate and also individually for their pain and suffering. Cochlin’s next court date is scheduled for March 30 when he has a preliminary conference hearing.
The attorney for a man charged in the deaths of two teenagers just before Christmas is asking the Court of Criminal Appeals to allow bail in his case.
The jury found Cochlin guilty of both counts of second-degree murder, and recommended that Cochlin be sentenced to life in prison. His formal sentencing will be held June 25.
Tuesday, a Canadian County Judge sentenced David Cochlin to life in prison for the deaths of Sean and Luke.