Man Kills 1, Injures 2 with Truck After Being Thrown Out of College Football Watch Party

One woman was killed and others were injured after an intoxicated man drove his truck into a college football watch party in Oklahoma over the weekend, according to The Associated Press.

Clinton Cottom, 35, allegedly arrived uninvited to a watch party for the Oklahoma and Oklahoma State football game Saturday night. Cottom was reportedly intoxicated upon arrival and made multiple unwanted sexual advances toward female party guests before being kicked out of the party.

Cottom was at one point physically restrained from reentering the house hosting the party.

Rogers County Sheriff Scott Walton said Cottom left the party, walking to a neighbor's house where he had parked his truck before returning in his truck, which he used to ram several vehicles and people at the party. One man was pinned, breaking his pelvis, after Cottom's truck pushed two vehicles against the house. The man was in critical condition at the hospital.

After hitting one of the vehicles at the party, Cottom's truck flipped on its side and pinned Terri McCauley on the ground, killing her, according to Tulsa World.

"His truck strikes another victim and the worst tragedy obviously occurs there toward the end where his F250 Ford three-quarter ton pick up, he ramps it off of a parked car that's where turns it over on its side trapping the female victim that died underneath that," Walton told KJRH News.

Other party attendees retrieved a tractor and used it to move the truck off of her, but McCauley was pronounced dead at the scene.

Another woman who was hospitalized for reported internal injuries after being hit by the truck is expected to recover. Two others who were in a vehicle struck by Cottom's truck were reportedly uninjured.

Cottom was jailed on suspicion of first-degree murder, sexual battery and assault and battery with a dangerous weapon.

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Wide receiver Tay Martin #1 of the Oklahoma State Cowboys brings down the ball off a pass in the end zone against cornerback Woodi Washington #0 of the Oklahoma Sooners in the fourth quarter at Boone Pickens Stadium on Saturday in Stillwater, Oklahoma. During a watch party of the game in Claremore, OK, an intoxicated man reportedly hit multiple cars and people with his truck after being kicked out of the party. Brian Bahr/Getty Images

Jail records do not indicate if Cottom has an attorney, and formal charges have not been filed.