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Tinker comment after shooting suspect taken into custody at base


Tinker releases statement after shooting suspect taken into custody at base

On Monday, an Oklahoma County deputy died and another was injured after a suspect opened fire in an Oklahoma City neighborhood.



WE SAW OFFICERS TACKLED THE SUSPECT WITHIN SECONDS. REPORTER: THAT’S RIGHT. THE WORLD CHASE CAME TO AN END HERE AT TINKER AIR FORCE BASE WHERE THE SUSPECT WAS SWARMED BY POLICE OVER MY SHOULDER, THAT IS WHERE THE SUSPECT PULLED THE TRUCK AND BOAT, JUST FEET AWAY FROM THE MAIN ENTRANCE AT THE AIR FORCE BASE. AGAIN, MET WITH 30 POLICE VEHICLES WHERE HE WAS ARRESTED AND TAKEN INTO CUSTODY. OBVIOUSLY, YOU CAN SEE THE AIRBASE IS NOW BACK OPEN. BUT FROM OKLAHOMA CITY POLICE, WE DO NOT KNOW IF THIS WAS HIS END GOAL. IF HIS TARGET WAS TO COME TO TINKER AIR FORCE BASE, OR IF THIS WERE JUST A SERIES OF BAD TURNS. WHEN THEY OPENED THE AIR FORCE BASE AGAIN, WE SAW THREE TOW TRUCKS WITH THE BOAT, THE OKLAHOMA CITY POLICE CRUISER, AND YOU CAN SEE THE BULLET HOLES THROUGH THE WINDOWS. AGAIN, W.

Tinker Air Force Base released a statement after a shooting suspect was taken into custody on the base. On Monday, an Oklahoma County deputy died and another was injured after a suspect opened fire in an Oklahoma City neighborhood. Deputies were serving an eviction notice when the suspect opened fire, hitting two deputies. Then, the suspect led authorities on a chase that ended at Tinker Air Force Base’s main gate. Tinker released a statement that said, “Our condolences and prayers go out to the members of the Oklahoma County Sheriff’s Department and the families of the officer who lost his life today and the officer who was injured. Members of the 72nd Air Base Wing Security Forces Squadron assisted local law enforcement officials apprehended a suspect after a high speed chase ended at the main gate at Tinker Air Force Base. We are proud of our Security Forces defenders and grateful for our long-standing partnership with local law enforcement.”

Tinker Air Force Base released a statement after a shooting suspect was taken into custody on the base.

On Monday, an Oklahoma County deputy died and another was injured after a suspect opened fire in an Oklahoma City neighborhood.

Deputies were serving an eviction notice when the suspect opened fire, hitting two deputies. Then, the suspect led authorities on a chase that ended at Tinker Air Force Base’s main gate.

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Tinker released a statement that said, “Our condolences and prayers go out to the members of the Oklahoma County Sheriff’s Department and the families of the officer who lost his life today and the officer who was injured. Members of the 72nd Air Base Wing Security Forces Squadron assisted local law enforcement officials apprehended a suspect after a high speed chase ended at the main gate at Tinker Air Force Base. We are proud of our Security Forces defenders and grateful for our long-standing partnership with local law enforcement.”


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