BOKOSHE, Oklahoma - Authorities in LeFlore and Haskell counties hunt for man they say to be considered dangerous.

According to Eric Helms, Director of Oklahoma District 27 Drug and Violent Crime Task Force, Quinlan Hogan has a warrant for threatening acts of violence and also has a criminal history including illegal drugs, possessing firearms and has a suspended driver's license.

Police first spotted Hogan Thursday in Sequoyah County.

Helms said Hogan was chased over the Arkansas River into LeFlore County and then Haskell County, exceeding speeds of 100 mph.

During the chase, Hogan ran a roadblock set up by the Panama Police Department and then ran another one a few miles later set up by Spiro Police.

In Haskell County, authorities told KFSM, the CBS affiliate in Fort Smith, Quinlan Hogan abandoned the Mustang and ran off.

Helms said there was a reported sighting of Hogan near Bokoshe.