Father in Bixby Murder Crash Case Pleads Not Guilty to Charges

Tulsa, Oklahoma – A father from Bixby, Oklahoma, facing first-degree murder charges in connection with a car crash that resulted in the death of his daughter, has pleaded not guilty. Elliott Binney entered his plea after being charged with manslaughter, leaving the scene of a fatal collision, and child neglect. Prosecutors allege that Binney fled the accident that claimed the life of his daughter, Shelby, earlier this year in January.

Authorities from the Bixby Police Department revealed that Binney was behind the wheel of the SUV at the time of the crash, which also involved Shelby’s mother and siblings. The police report states that Binney was speeding and attempting to overtake another vehicle in a designated no-passing zone when the collision occurred. Following the crash, Binney allegedly fled the scene, prompting a widespread search and subsequent arrest.

The tragic incident has stirred emotions and raised questions within the community about road safety and the consequences of reckless driving. The legal proceedings surrounding Binney’s case have shed light on the severity of the charges he is facing and the impact of his actions on his family and the community at large.

This heartbreaking story serves as a reminder of the importance of responsible driving and the devastating consequences that can result from reckless behavior behind the wheel. As the case unfolds, the Bixby community remains united in seeking justice for Shelby and ensuring that Binney is held accountable for his alleged actions on that fateful day in January. The trial is ongoing, with the outcome eagerly anticipated by all those affected by this tragic event.