OHP: Chase Suspect Shot, Killed By Trooper After Pursuit

Beverly Cantrell - January 20, 2022 5:26 pm

TULSA, Oklahoma – 

The Oklahoma Highway Patrol is investigating after a driver was shot and killed after leading troopers on a chase early Thursday morning.

Tulsa police say they received a call at around 3:30 a.m. that someone was firing shots from a car along I-44 west of Sheridan. As authorities were searching for the vehicle, OHP troopers spotted it and tried to pull the driver, 39-year-old Alan Wade Hutchinson, over. Hutchinson took off and a pursuit began.

According to investigators, OHP performed a tactical vehicle intervention stop on Hutchinson near 129th and 31st. Troopers say Hutchinson got out of the car with a gun and was shot by one of the troopers. OHP says the gun was found in front of Hutchinson after he was shot and another gun was found in the vehicle.

 

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