Miccosukee man set to accept plea deal for fatal car accident
Thomas Cypress, a member of the Miccosukee Tribe of Florida, will reportedly accept a plea deal for his role in fatal car accident.

Cypress, 54, was allegedly driving drunk when his pickup slammed into a car carrying Robert and Paulette Kirkpatrick. The couple died instantly.

The accident occurred off the reservation but tribal police were involved in the investigation. Cypress is the brother of former chairman Billy Cypress.

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