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Jayde Andrew Rodriguez
Aug 25, 1995 - May 12, 2019
Submitted by: Glenn

Enid News & Eagle
15 May 2019

Funeral services for Jayde Andrew Rodriguez, 23, Enid resident, will be held on Saturday, May 18, 2019 at 2:00 p.m. in the World Harvest Church with pastors Brad Mendenhall and Mike Sturgeon officiating.

Committal prayers and interment will follow in Banner Cemetery, Dover, Oklahoma, under the kind guidance of the Amy Stittsworth Funeral Service.

Jayde was born on August 25, 1995 in Boise City, Oklahoma, the son of Amy Janelle Burpo and Paul Igou, and passed away suddenly on May 12, 2019 West of Enid. He was raised and educated in Enid where he graduated from Enid High School with the class of 2014. Jayde enjoyed sports, ran track, and supported his favorite football team, Texas Longhorns! Jayde loved hunting, fishing, anything outdoors, his dog and best friend Ford. Jayde was employed with Howard Drilling at the time of his passing.

Survivors include his mother, Pastors Amy and husband Damond Burpo of Enid; father Paul Igou of Beaver; honorary mother, Gloria Marquez of Enid; grandparents, Robert and Christine Rodriguez of Guymon; Debbie and Donald Long of Beaver; Steve and Renee' Burpo of Dover; Tami and Peter Streit of Edmond; Marquita Cisneros of Enid; great-grandparents, June Overstreet of Keyes; Blossie Rodriguez of Liberal Kansas; brothers and sisters, Sadessa Sierra of Enid; Isaiah Sierra of Enid; Lazariah Robinson of Enid; Joseph Sierra of Enid; Elias Marquez of Enid; Alexis Marquez of Enid; Ruben Sierra of South Padre Island, Texas; Joseph Sierra of California; Danica Terpening of Loveland, Colorado; Cameron Igou of Casper, Wyoming; Lenora Romero of Texas; numerous aunts, uncles, cousins, nieces and nephews.
Preceded in passing by aunt Roberta Cisneros, cousin Bradley Begley, uncle Pat Timberlake.
Remembrances may be shared online at www.stittsworthfuneralservices.com.
More from Enid News & Eagel
26 Jun 2019

Teen charged in fatal UTV accident May 12

A Waukomis teen has been charged in connection to a fatal UTV crash May 12 on Hayward Road.
RobertHenryBracken,18,was charged with first-degree manslaughter in the death of 23-year-old Jayde Andrew Rodriguez. The charge accuses Bracken of effecting the death of Rodriguez while committing the misdemeanor offense of driving under the influence while under age. Bracken also is charged in the alternative with a count of first-degree manslaughter for effecting the death of Rodriguez while committing the misdemeanor offense of driving in a maintenance zone on a road that had been closed. Both charges are punishable by four years to life in prison. Online court records show Bracken appeared June 12 before Special District Judge Jason Seigars for a bond hearing. His bond was set at $10,000 with conditions of bond being he consume no alcohol, not visit places where alcohol is predominantly consumed or sold, undergo random alcohol testing and have no contact with the victim’s family. Bracken is set for preliminary hearing on the charge at 9 a.m. Aug. 8. According to an Oklahoma Highway Patrol collision report, Bracken was westbound “at a high rate of speed” in a 2015 Polaris UTV, at about 10:35 p.m. May 12 on Hayward Road, about a half mile west of Imo Road, in Garfield County. The vehicle struck several deep washouts, causing Bracken to lose control, according to the OHP report. The vehicle rolled onto its side and landed on top of Bracken’s passenger, Rodriguez, of Enid, who had been partially ejected. Neither Bracken nor Rodriguez was wearing a helmet or seat belt, according to the report. Rodriguez was pronounced dead at the scene due to head injury. The report states Bracken was not injured and lists his condition at the time of the accident as “Drinking — ability impaired” and the cause of the collision as “Alcohol — DUI/DWI.” According to an affidavit filed in the case by Trooper Seth Wallace, on May 12 Wallace was contacted in reference to an injury accident on Hayward Road near Imo Road. He arrived at the scene at 11:53 p.m. and was notified by emergency personnel the passenger had died due to head injuries sustained in the crash, according to the affidavit. Wallace spoke with Bracken, and noted he “immediately detected a strong odor of alcohol about his breath and person,” according to the affidavit. Bracken admitted to driving the Polaris on the county road when he noticed several washed out spots in the road.Bracken said he was traveling about 35 mph when he slammed on the brakes prior to hitting a deep washout, causing him to lose control, according to the affidavit. Wallace asked Bracken how much he’d had to drink and Bracken said he had not consumed any alcohol and had a dip in, according to the affidavit. Wallace conducted standard field sobriety tests on Bracken and saw several validated clues of intoxication. Wallace also administered a portable breath test on Bracken, and it detected the presence of alcohol in Bracken’s system. Bracken later admitted to consuming two beers after getting off work earlier that evening at about 5:30 to 6 p.m. but nothing recently or after the accident, according to the affidavit. At1:01 a.m., Wallace placed Bracken under arrest on complaints of drivingunder the influence of Bracken was transported to St. Mary’s Regional Medical Center, and at 2:11a.m. a nurse collected three vials of Bracken’s blood in Wallace’s presence, according to the affidavit. Bracken then was transported to Garfield County Detention Facility for booking. According to an affidavit prepared by Trooper Trent Cagle, Cagle responded May 12 to the crash with other troopers. “Scene investigation revealed the 2015 Polaris was being driven westbound on a closed portion of Hayward Road,” Cagle wrote. “A‘Road Closed’ sign was present in the north ditch of Hayward Road near Imo Road. The Polaris was operated past the warning sign and the Polaris was westbound when it struck a series of washouts in the roadway and lost control.” 

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