Pottawatomie County Sheriff Confirms 1 Deputy Shot Friday Morning

Beverly Cantrell - October 29, 2021 10:17 am

Breaking NewsPOTTAWATOMIE COUNTY, Oklahoma –

Pottawatomie County Sheriff Mike Booth confirmed one of his deputies was shot Friday morning.

The shooting, which was originally a domestic-related call, was reported near the intersection of Austin Drive and Patterson Road in Bethel Acres.

The condition of the wounded deputy is not known at this time.

Authorities said a suspect, identified as Braedon Chesser, is inside a home on Austin Drive firing multiple rounds.

n a Facebook post, Bethel Acres Public Schools said they will be in a Shelter In Place until further notice.

Tecumseh Public Schools is not on lockdown at this time while Macomb Public Schools have locked outside doors and are limiting student movement inside the building.

Pottawatomie County Sheriff Confirms 1 Deputy Shot

 

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