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Pottawatomie County’s Mosted Wanted Arrested in Oklahoma City: David Knight


Pottawatomie County’s Most Wanted- Captured early this morning by Oklahoma City Police after a pursuit in a stolen vehicle.

We would like to thank both Oklahoma City Police Department and Midwest City Police Department for their efforts in safely bringing David Knight into custody.

Information previously posted on 11/21/2016.

Pottawatomie County’s most wanted, David Allen Knight, 9/08/83, CF-15-222, Robbery by force or fear, endangering others while eluding police, failed to appear on second day of jury trial. NO BOND. KNIGHT has MMA fighting experience and is considered dangerous. Please contact Warrant Chad Pope or Deputy Brad Setzer with any information.

‘Most wanted’ fugitive nabbed in Shawnee

Through cooperative efforts of law enforcement agencies, one of the state’s most wanted fugitives sought by the U.S. Marshal’s Metro Fugitive Squad was apprehended at a Shawnee home Sunday evening.

Floyd Grass, 34, was arrested about 6 p.m. at 1832 W. Wiley, said Chad Pope, who serves as a special deputy with the U.S. Marshals’ Metro Fugitive Squad. Pope, who also is a Pottawatomie County sheriff’s deputy, said a tip led authorities to that home. Pope said the arrest was made “with a lot of cooperation” between agencies, who began working together in the days beforehand in attempts to locate Grass. Grass, who was sought on a federal warrant for a probation violation, also had state warrants from Pottawatomie County for two felony cases — aggravated assault and battery and placing bodily fluid on a government employee, Pope said.

The search for Grass had been ongoing in the area several days, he said. That search involved U.S. marshals being in town to follow leads, with assistance by the district attorney’s task force. Pope said they had looked for Grass at several locations, but he wasn’t there. From cooperative work and interviews in the days leading up to the arrest, the tip on Sunday led authorities to his location. Pope said the entire Pottawatomie County sheriff’s office warrant team along with several Shawnee police officers assisted in the arrest. Prior to going to that home, Pope said authorities received word that Grass had a police scanner and was armed. When police surrounded the home and made the arrest, they found a police scanner, but no firearm, Pope said. Two others at that home were arrested on unrelated city of Shawnee municipal warrants. Grass is jailed at the Pottawatomie County Public Safety Center.

According to jail rosters, Grass has a $50,000 bond for each of the two state counts. Those two counts are for separate Pottawatomie County cases in which Grass had warrants issued in 2007 after failing to appear in court, records show. Grass also is being held without a bond on the federal charge, which involves possession of a weapon, jail records show. He’s also being held on a complaint of unlawful use of a police radio.