Avenue and 141st Street. After the crash police alleged that Oakley left the scene but was later arrested, according to Gardena Police. It is also alleged that Oakley has a prior conviction for driving under the influence from December 2001, he also has a more recent conviction for arson from August 2010. If convicted of murder, Oakley faces a maximum sentence of life in prison.
If you have been arrested for driving under the influence or know someone who has, please contact the Law Offices of David M. Wallin to speak with Palmdale criminal defense attorneys with a combined 50 years of criminal law experience representing thousands of people charged with driving under the influence.