MOBILE, Ala. (WALA) - A woman has been arrested for vehicular homicide after a local Marine was killed in a traffic accident.
William Bramlett was on his way to a Marine Corps League meeting in Mobile when his motorcycle was hit by a car on the Dauphin Island Bridge June 25.
Bramlett died two days later.
Dauphin Island Police have not released details behind the arrest, however officials tell FOX10 Dickerson was behind the wheel of a car that swerved out of its lane while heading south on the bridge.
Jail records show Dickerson has a history of drug and traffic arrests dating back to 2007.
Bramlett was a member of the Marine Corps League in Mobile, the Color Guard, Patriot Guard Riders, and American Legion.
He was laid to rest July 2.
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