Chad Lee Anderson- Oklahoma- 2019 (CAPTURED) Feb 13, 2019 12:51:19 GMT -5
Post by Scumhunter on Feb 13, 2019 12:51:19 GMT -5
(Above photo credit: tulsaworld.com)
From Tulsa World (tulsaworld.com):
Authorities are seeking a man on allegations that he tried to run down two deputies in a reportedly stolen vehicle while fleeing from them during a pursuit late Sunday.
Chad Lee Anderson, 27, is wanted on two charges of assault with intent to kill, eluding a police officer, possession of a stolen vehicle, altering a license plate and unsafe lane use, according to court documents. Anderson will be held without bond upon his arrest.
Deputies attempted to stop Anderson on Sunday night in the area of North 193rd East Avenue and Town Lane in Catoosa, according to an affidavit. Anderson was allegedly driving a Hyundai Sonata, later determined to be stolen, when he departed to the right of the road lines.
nderson allegedly sped away from a deputy as that deputy attempted to stop the Sonata. He allegedly led deputies on a chase around parts of Rogers County and the Catoosa area. Speeds exceeded 80 mph at times, according to the affidavit.
Rogers County prosecutors allege in court filings that Anderson attempted to run over two deputies during the pursuit. Multiple shots were fired during one of those alleged attempts, according to the affidavit.
The pursuit continued into Tulsa and reportedly exceeded speeds of 100 mph, according to the affidavit. The driver evaded capture, but Tulsa police reportedly recovered the vehicle at a dead end near Pine Street and Sheridan Road.
At the time, the driver had not been identified. Anderson's girlfriend reportedly contacted Rogers County Sheriff's Office deputies the following day, Monday, and reported that Anderson had called her during the pursuit. Anderson told her that he had been shot and was being chased by law enforcement officers, according to the affidavit.
Rogers County Sheriff Scott Walton said it's unknown whether Anderson was struck by gunfire.
Those with knowledge of Anderson's whereabouts are asked to contact the Rogers County Sheriff's Office Investigative Division at 918-923-4755.
Thoughts? Based on local media press releases, Anderson was still at large as of this posting date (2/13/2019).
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