• Rogers County deputies arrest man after dangerous chase into Tulsa

    By: Jackie DelPilar

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    • Deputies said a man led them on a chase from Catoosa to Tulsa on Monday.
    • Rogers County deputies said the suspect tried to them with a car and shots were fired.
    • The chase continued into Tulsa where the man ran from the car.
    • The man is now in custody.

    ROGERS COUNTY, Okla. - Rogers County deputies arrested a man suspected of leading them on a chase and trying to run over officers in a stolen car.

    FOX23 reported Monday deputies said the driver wouldn’t stop when they tried pulling him over in Catoosa.

    READ MORE: Deputies fire shots, chase man from Rogers County to Tulsa

    Deputies identified the man involved as 27-year-old Chad Lee Anderson. He’s charged with two counts of assault with intent to kill, eluding, possession of stolen vehicle, unsafe lane use and altering a license plate.

    Deputies tried putting down stop sticks to stop the driver, but instead he started driving at them. Deputies fired shots at the car multiple times.

    The chase continued into Tulsa with speeding, “disregarding” the public and crossing the center line into oncoming traffic.

    The chase ended near Sheridan and Reeding in Tulsa when the suspect ran off. The car was later determined to be stolen out of Catoosa in October.

    Deputies told FOX23 Anderson is in custody after deputies found him with bullet wounds in Collinsville. A woman in this investigation is charged with harboring a fugitive.

    The OSBI and the Rogers County Sheriff’s Office are trying to find another person of interest Hannah Swets. Officials say they believe wets may have been injured and agents/deputies would like to talk to her. If you have any information regarding Swets, please contact the OSBI at 800-522-8017, or tips@osbi.ok.gov or the Rogers County Sheriff’s Office at 918-342-9700.


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