Police: Muskogee Fugitives Hold Man Hostage In His Home
MUSKOGEE, Oklahoma - Several law enforcement agencies are looking for two shooting suspects. Police say the suspects have since held a Muskogee man hostage in his home.
Brittany Chuckluck and Beau Trotter have been on the run since a double shooting Sunday at a hotel.
Police say they then held a man hostage Monday morning in his home near 2500 South Cherokee for five hours before escaping through a field. The homeowner has been hospitalized with injuries to his neck.
Police have been searching for Chuckluck and Trotter after two men were wounded at the Days Inn Sunday morning. A third suspect, Jason Maxwell, is in custody.
Police say Chuckluck invited the victims to her hotel room, then the male suspects attacked the men.
"If they're going to assault two guys at almost 6 o'clock in the morning, then we know they don't have the best of intentions and they don't care who they hurt," Anderson said.
One of the shooting victims has been released from the hospital.
Police say the two suspects may be driving a gray Ford Windstar minivan.
If you see Chuckluck or Trotter, call 911 or contact police at 918-680-3116.