Suspect May Have Been Wounded In Rogers County Chase, Sheriff Says
ROGERS COUNTY, Oklahoma - Rogers County Sheriff's Office is searching for a driver after two deputies fired shots into a car during a pursuit Sunday night.
Deputies were trying to stop a car in Catoosa about 11 p.m. The driver took off - eventually running a road block - and that's where the shots were fired.
"One of the deputies is getting his K-9 out of the car to provide safety for the dog, and the suspect comes at them with a vehicle and both officers shoot at the vehicle, they hit it multiple times, and that pursuit carries on into Tulsa," said Rogers County Sheriff Scott Walton.
Deputies lost the car in Tulsa near Pine and Sheridan where Tulsa Police found it - empty - but with several bullet holes. They believe the driver might have been hit.
They believe they know who that is, but they haven't found him or released his name. No deputies were hurt even though during the chase, one of them hit a deer.