Sheriff's office releases body cam footage from deputy killed in Logan County

Marsha Scott
April 20, 2017

Authorities are looking for the man who shot and killed a deputy in Oklahoma Tuesday.

Authorities say Nathan Aaron LeForce was arrested Tuesday afternoon after allegedly shooting and killing Deputy David Wade.

The Oklahoma City Police Department said on Twitter that they offered their "deepest condolences" to Wade's family.

Authorities said Nathan Aaron LeForce, 45, shot Wade in Mulhall and then drove his patrol auto about 25 miles to a convenience store near the town of Coyle.

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Wade was taken to a hospital for treatment, but died from his injuries.

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Kera Philippi said she had heard earlier in the day that Wade was still alive, but she did not know his condition.

Vincent said police used technology to track LeForce, but he did not give details of the search.

The auto stolen from the convenience store was located Tuesday morning near Jaxton Road and County Road 77. LeForce is accused of shooting Wade, who was standing in the front yard of the home, Devereaux said.

The suspect was identified as 45-year-old Nathan Aaron Leforce, the Federal Bureau of Investigation said. Nearby schools were placed on lockdown as a precautionary measure.

Devereaux said LeForce would be interviewed to get his version of events.

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