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Manhunt Has Ended: Lake Road & Hwy 102

Manhunt has now ended. (12/29/2017 7:55pm)

Undersheriff Travis Palmer confirmed that two suspects were taken into custody this evening. The suspects are identified as Chaz Moody and Mark West..

Manhunt Continues: Lake Road & Hwy 102 (12/29/2017)

The manhunt from Wednesday is now back on as deputies observe the suspects in the same area. Deputies are currently on scene and if you observe anything remotely suspicious please call 911.

Initial call from Wednesday 12/27/2017

Update: Manhunt Called Off (12/27/2017)

Our office has ended the manhunt and we ask that citizens report any suspicious activity by calling 911 or (405) 273-1727.

Last description we had of the two white males one wearing a dark colored jacket and the other was wearing a camouflage jacket. One of the suspects is missing a shoe.

Previous information from earlier today:

Update: Manhunt
The suspects are contained to the area between Hwy 102 and Belcher Road and Hwy 102 and Lake Road. If you see anything suspicious please call 911!

Initial information: Manhunt: After stolen vehicle discovered.

Two male subjects last seen walking southeast of Independence and Hwy 102. One of the white males was wearing a black coat and the other a white long sleeve t-shirt. One of the males was described as having a shaggy beard. The vehicle they were in possession of was stolen out of the City of Shawnee. Deputies have been and will continue to be in the area. If you see anything suspicious please call 911.

Update: Tecumseh Suspicious Person Sought Now In Custody

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Updated: 10/26/2016 at 12:30pm Robert Eugene Reed was just taken into custody for an outstanding warrant out of Pontotoc County for his arrest.

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Earlier: Our office responded to a suspicious vehicle call in the area of Sharon Rd and Waco Rd near the Tecumseh Lake.  The reporting party noticed a white male approximately 5’10, 190-200 lbs wearing a black shirt and shorts walking. He appeared to have blood on his face, arms and chest covered in mud for unknown reasons.  When our office arrived on scene the male subject ran East into the wooded area from the deputy.  Currently it is unknown if any crime has been committed by this person but we would like to identify him and possibly check his welfare. Law enforcement are in the area, please report any sightings to our office (405) 273-1727 or 911.