An Oklahoma City woman accused of running over her boyfriend with her pickup tried to leave the man's house for more than an hour but he would not let her, police said.
Maria Guadalupe Rodriguez, 26, was dating Delgado Jose Uriel Ontiveros, 25, but is married to another man, according to a probable cause affidavit filed Tuesday in Oklahoma County District Court.
After a night of dancing and drinking, Rodriguez and Ontiveros returned to his house in the 3000 block of S Klein Avenue, where her pickup was parked in the driveway, Oklahoma City police reported.
Rodriguez wanted to leave, but Ontiveros would not move his pickup, which was parked behind hers. After about an hour, the woman put her pickup in reverse and pushed his truck partially into the street, the affidavit states.
Before she could drive away, Ontiveros opened the door and pulled her out, police reported.
A few minutes later, Rodriguez got back in the pickup. Ontiveros grabbed onto the pickup and tried to open the door as she drove away, the affidavit states.
Ontiveros hung onto the pickup while Rodriguez was driving down the street. He then dropped from the vehicle and was run, police reported.
Ontiveros was found about 5:30 a.m. Sunday lying in the street at SW 30 and Klein Avenue. He was taken to OU Medical Center, where he died.
Rodriguez told police she drove to a nearby convenience store to call 911 from a pay phone, telling the dispatcher to send someone to check on Ontiveros because he was lying in the street and looked like he was “dead,” the affidavit states.
The woman, according to the affidavit, told police she went back and saw the man lying in the street. She said she stopped tried to move him but he was too heavy, so she drove home.
She was arrested on a murder complaint and is being held in the Oklahoma County jail. Bail has been denied.