A former sheriff of Benton County died due to a car crash, a January 6 article of THV 11 reported.
49-year-old Kelley Cradduck was southbound with his 2008 Ford Ranger on State Highway 82 on January 5, around 1:46 PM. He then went off the road, hitting a Chevron sign and a few trees and rolling over multiple times. Then, his vehicle finally came to rest on its passenger side after crashing into a tree. Cradduck then proceeded to exit his vehicle and walked 220 feet north of the vehicle, on the other side of the roadway. Unfortunately, he was found dead at the scene by Alan Garoutte with the M.E.’s Office in Tulsa, Oklahoma at 5:18 PM. Cradduck was transported to Shipmans Funeral Home in Pryor, Oklahoma
The wrongful death attorneys at Abel Law Firm in Oklahoma express their deepest condolences to the family and friends who are grieving the loss of their loved one.