(Lincoln Police Department) LINCOLN, Neb. — Police have arrested a man accused of killing a trumpeter at the University of Nebraska – Lincoln in October. The Lincoln Police Department said 29-year-old Waltrivelish Watson was arrested on a motor vehicle charge on Thursday after the two-vehicle crash near 10th Street and Robbers Cave on Oct. 26. Police said 20-year-old Tyler Butterfield was pronounced dead at the scene and five people were transported to the hospital. Watson reported he was driving southbound on 10th Street when another vehicle pulled out in front of him and the vehicles collided. Police said Watson’s vehicle continued down the roadway and came to a stop more than 350 feet down the roadway. Watson reported he was traveling 40-45 mph prior to the collision. A witness reported they saw Watson’s vehicle traveling at an estimated 80 mph in a 35 mph zone, on 9th Street between South and Van Dorn, just prior to the collision. Accident Reconstruction Investigators found evidence to support that Watson was traveling at a high rate of speed before the collision. A search warrant was obtained for Watson’s vehicle and the airbag control module confirmed Watson was traveling 88 mph 5 seconds prior to the collision and traveling 92 mph 3 seconds prior to the collision. Police said Watson was traveling 59 mph at the time of the collision.