Goddamn! Really? Just get out already! Pack your shit and go. His Jesus cross and all and he STILL killed that officer.
An Oklahoma sheriff’s deputy was shot and killed while serving an eviction notice on Tuesday morning, leading law enforcement on an hours-long manhunt for the suspect before he was caught, authorities said.
Nathan Aaron Leforce, 45, was captured and in custody Tuesday afternoon after authorities say he fatally shot Logan County sheriff’s deputy David Wade and fled in a stolen vehicle, according to Oklahoma City Police and the FBI.
Wade was serving an eviction notice at a home in Logan County at around 9:22 a.m. local time (10:22 a.m. ET) Tuesday morning when he was shot multiple times in the face and body, allegedly by Leforce, Oklahoma Highway Patrol said in a statement on Facebook.
Leforce then allegedly stole the deputy’s patrol car, before driving it to a gas station and stealing another vehicle from a woman, the OHP said.
The FBI’s Oklahoma City office announced on Twitter at around 2 p.m. that Leforce had been taken into custody, citing the OHP, but further details on Leforce’s capture were not immediately available.
Logan County Sheriff Damon Devereaux told NBC affiliate KFOR that the deputy was able to radio for help and gave investigators important details about the suspect.
Wade was flown to a nearby hospital for treatment, where he succumbed to his injuries, the sheriff said.
The Oklahoma City Police Department said on Twitter that they offered their “deepest condolences” to Wade’s family.
Listen, stop acting so white. You don’t own anything here and whatever you do own, you’re leaving it when you die. Ain’t no point in killing over shit. It’s just stuff.
Is this dude on crack because that’s some ADDICT behavior right there.
The shooter has been identified as Nathan Aaron Leforce, 45, who was described as white, 6 feet tall, with a thin build and mustache. He was wearing a black, long-sleeve shirt with a white shirt underneath. He also wore jeans and tennis shoes. Logan County Sheriff Damon Devereaux said Tuesday afternoon that the Oklahoma Highway Patrol had Leforce in custody.
The deputy was flown by helicopter to OU Medical Center, where he was pronounced dead at 11:51 a.m.
Law officers set up an area to search about 5 miles west of Langston between Midwest Boulevard and Post Road between east-west county roads 77 and 76, said trooper John Vincent, Oklahoma Highway Patrol spokesman.
The deputy went to a home about 8:40 a.m. and was shot about 9 a.m. after delivering an eviction notice at a home in Mulhall. The shooter reportedly stole the deputy’s patrol pickup and drove to just west of Langston where another car was stolen at gunpoint at Smitty’s One Stop, a convenience store, at State Highway 33 and Henney Road.
A worker said video surveillance showed Leforce trying to break into a car before he stole a woman’s car at gunpoint. Worker Bashir Ahmed was inside when the woman’s car was stolen.
“I was so busy with customers until she came in I didn’t know what happened,” Ahmed said.
The car stolen from the convenience store was located Tuesday morning near Jaxton Road and County Road 77.
… This policy needs to change. Maybe officers shouldn’t be serving this. Maybe they need to be fighting real crime and not delivering court documents.