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The Daily Ardmoreite
  • OHP identifies hit-and-run driver

  • The Oklahoma Highway Patrol has identified a Burneyville man as the person believed to have been behind the wheel of the pickup that struck and killed an Overbrook woman Tuesday night.


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  • The Oklahoma Highway Patrol has identified a Burneyville man as the person believed to have been behind the wheel of the pickup that struck and killed an Overbrook woman Tuesday night.
     
    Capt. Ronnie Hampton, Commander OHP Troop F, Ardmore, confirmed 48-year-old Wesley Guy Davis is the primary suspect in the investigation. However, Hampton said, the investigation is continuing and Davis has not yet been arrested.
     
    Hampton said the investigation now centers on thosewho assisted Davis in an attempt to conceal his role in the death of Ginger Bamburg by replacing damaged parts on his pickup.
     
    “At this time we do consider Wesley Guy Davis a suspect in this case and ask that anyone that had contact with him on the day of the collision or after to call the OHP”, said Hampton Friday.
     
    “Additionally, if anyone operating a private scrap yard, parts store or salvage yard had anyone purchase the following items on Wednesday in the Carter and Love County, Oklahoma or the Cooke County Texas area we ask them to call as well.”
     
    The  purchased items include:
    Radiator for a late 1980’s or early to mid 1990’s Chevrolet or GMC truck
    Hood for a late 1980’s or early to mid 1990’s Chevrolet or GMC truck
    Front grill for a late 1980’s or early to mid 1990’s Chevrolet or GMC truck
    Radiator and fan blade plastic housings for a late 1980’s or early to mid 1990’s Chevrolet or GMC truck
     
     
    “We know that the damaged items on the truck in question were removed and that the items listed were placed back on the truck. We also know that this removal and repair was conducted on Wednesday and that more than one person was involved in obtaining the replacement parts and we need the public’s help,” Hampton said.
     
    Those with information should call (580) 223-8800.

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