Rogers County deputy shot in Oologah, expected to live

RCSO investigating deputy-involved shooting in Oologah (KTUL)

A sheriff's deputy is expected to live after he was shot during an overnight call to a home in Oologah.

The Rogers County Sheriff's Office assisted the Oologah Police Department in responding to a man chasing his father with a screwdriver near Highway 169 and 390 Road.

Police responded to the scene early Wednesday morning and tried to stop the man with a stun gun. The RCSO said the suspect was also making suicidal statements.

The suspect barricaded himself in a building and then charged at law enforcement.

Two shots were fired, but it hasn't been identified who fired the shots.

A RCSO deputy was shot in the side. He was taken to the hospital, but the wound wasn't deep. The deputy was treated and released.

The suspect had a cut on his head and is in the hospital. His condition is unknown at this time.