A plea deal has been rejected for a man accused of killing a 20-year-old teenager in Overland Park

JOHNSON DISTRICT, Cannes. (KCTV) – The man accused of killing an 18-year-old in a car accident in 2018 will serve 20 years in prison.

A judge ruled Tuesday afternoon that Bradley Woodworth would serve two consecutive sentences for second-degree murder charges. Prosecutors initially reached a plea agreement with Woodworth, where he will serve his sentences at the same time.

They will now be next to each other after the judge rejects the plea agreement.

Woodworth was blamed for the crash that killed 18-year-old Matthew Blossky in October 2018. Woodworth was racing another car when he crashed into a car and hit Blossky’s car. Woodworth fled the scene.

Bloski’s family has criticized a plea deal that would give the killer a deal that removes the charge and handles both second-degree murder charges simultaneously instead of sequentially. The deal meant that Bradley Woodworth would spend nearly 10 years in prison instead of 20.

“This accused sentenced my son to death. We didn’t have the word in our sentence or the ability to argue for “mitigating factors,” Jeff Blossky argued. “We are doomed to live without a son.

Woodworth’s lawyer claims that his client has shown remorse and has no previous criminal record. He took responsibility in the plea deal. They are asking the judge to “continue down”, which means even less time than the 10-year deal. Police eventually identified the Odyssey driver as Bradley Woodworth, now 49. He was charged with leaving the scene of a fatal crash and two counts of second-degree murder.

New details about the crash

Overland Park police have revealed details of the crash. This Woodworth, a 45-year-old husband and father, raced in the middle of the day on a busy street. It reached speeds of up to 100 miles per hour.

Bradley Woodworth was accused of leaving the scene of a fatal accident and two charges of ...
Bradley Woodworth was charged with leaving the scene of a fatal crash and two counts of second-degree murder.(KCTV5 / FILE)

The two race cars veered to avoid a car on their side of the road and collided in oncoming traffic. One officer estimated that Matthew had 0.38 seconds to respond. At least one car caught fire. Matthew and the other contestant died on the spot.

Bradley Woodworth continued to drive and never turned to help.

The officer explained how he blocked Matthew’s parents from the remains because it was so horrible. They had pinged Matthew’s phones and showed up at the crash.

It is important to note that two people died that day. Zibur himself was 20 years old.

Sam Seabour, 20, was killed after Bradley Woodworth cut his car, sending ...
Sam Zibour, 20, was killed after Bradley Woodworth cut off his car, sending Sam’s car in the opposite direction.(Sam Zibour’s family)

Woodworth cut off Sam’s car as they drove at high speed. This sent Sam’s car in the opposite direction.

Sam’s family turned to KCTV5, saying they were grateful for the result and said it took four years to resolve the case.

The testimony is expected to last all day

Matthew’s parents testified that they struggled to function and even live after Matthew’s death.

Many family members spoke directly with the defendant in court.

“What were you thinking?” Matthew’s uncle asked.

“Life without you is unimaginable,” said Matthew’s mother, Sally Blossky.

The hearing is expected to last all day.

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