CLAREMORE, Okla. — An Oklahoma man has been charged with manslaughter almost a year after a collision killed former NFL player Dennis Byrd. Rogers County court records indicate the charge was filed Wednesday against 18-year-old Zachary Reed of Claremore. The records show a warrant was issued for Reed’s arrest but don’t indicate whether he is...
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