After spending time in the hospital for his injuries, a Marlow man is wanted for three felony charges for a July motorcycle wreck that left him and a minor injured on Cason Road.
Robert Don Bush was reportedly traveling north on Cason Road on July 30 when he crashed into another motorcycle that was being driven by a minor. Oklahoma Highway Patrol responded to the scene and found two motorcycles on the ground, Bush unresponsive due to a significant head injury, and the injured minor. Bray EMS and AMR responded to the scene and provided medical care.
According to court records, the minor told troopers Bush had run him over and injured his leg and head. Law enforcement found a plastic bottle that contained a crystal substance and a white powder, which tested positive for methamphetamine at the scene. Law enforcement drew blood from Bush, who was hospitalized for 48 days due to injuries sustained in the crash.
Bush’s blood test results showed amphetamine, methamphetamine, and Midazolam were present in his system at the time of the collision, according to a police report. Bush has been charged with DUI with great bodily injury, possession of a controlled, dangerous substance and driving with a suspended license. As of press time, Bush was not in Stephens County Jail and not been arraigned.