The Oklahoma Highway Patrol says a sheriff's deputy shot while serving an eviction notice has died and that a suspect has been arrested.
Officials say an Oklahoma deputy who was shot multiple times while serving an eviction notice has died from his injuries.
"So I ask that everybody come together and pray for everybody involved", Logan County Sheriff Damon Devereaux said.
Authorities in Oklahoma said on Tuesday, April 18, 2017, that they are searching for Nathan Aaron Leforce, 45, after a sheriff's deputy was shot in Logan County.
The stolen vehicle was later found abandoned and investigators believe Leforce may have fled on foot.
LeForce was found in a nearby outbuilding, where he surrendered to authorities, Oklahoma Highway Patrol spokesman Lt. John Vincent said.
Oklahoma City Police and OHP swarmed the area with helicopters.
LeForce fled in the deputy's vehicle and officials told KOCO he allegedly carjacked two vehicles after that.
Devereaux said earlier Tuesday that Wade was coherent and appeared stable before being taken to a hospital.
Nathan Aaron LeForce is described as a white man wearing a black shirt with tattoos on his neck.
The injured deputy's name was not immediately released, nor was his condition.