• Deputies fire shots, chase man from Rogers County to Tulsa

    By: Naomi Keitt , Ryan Love


    TULSA, Okla. - UPDATE: Deputies arrested the man on February 13. CLICK HERE for more info.

    Original story:

    Authorities are looking for a man after a dangerous chase from Rogers County into Tulsa.

    Around 11:30 p.m. Sunday Tulsa police were called to assist Catoosa police chasing a car out of Rogers County.

    Tulsa police told FOX23 the chase began when Rogers County deputies tried to stop a car that had a paper tag in the Catoosa area of 193rd East Avenue. Deputies say the driver would not stop and tried to run over Rogers County deputies at a roadblock. Two deputies fired shots at the driver that hit his car multiple times -- but they do not know if the driver was shot.

    Tulsa and Catoosa police assisted deputies in the chase that led into Tulsa and ended near Sheridan and Reeding. Police said the man ran away from the car -- which was stolen -- at the end of the car chase.

    Police have a K9 officer trying to track the man down. Officers told FOX23 the rainy weather is making it difficult to find him.

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