Logan County, Oklahoma - Nathan LeForce, the oxygen thief who murdered Deputy David Wade on Tuesday morning has been captured by police.
After a massive manhunt that lasted for hours, Oklahoma Highway Patrol said that they captured Leforce hiding in an outbuilding around 2 PM. No other details were released about the capture.
Deputy David Wade was serving an eviction notice on Nathan Leforce at Mulhall Rd, near I-35 Tuesday morning. LeForce opened fire on the deputy, repeatedly shooting him in the body and face. He then stole the deputy's patrol car, according to KFOR.
After fleeing in the deputy's patrol car, he abandoned it at a gas station where he then carjacked a customer at the gas station. Leforce has since abandoned that vehicle and carjacked yet another car. The last known vehicle that Leforce was in was located abandoned near County Rd. 76 and Jaxton Rd, just northeast of Guthrie.
Deputy David Wade was conscious and able to call for help on the radio and relay suspect information. He was then airlifted to the hospital. Logan County Sheriff Damon Devereaux later announced that the hero died from his injures.
Nathan Leforce's criminal history shows previous convictions for feloniously pointing a firearm, attempting to elude an officer, unauthorized use of a vehicle, possession of a stolen vehicle, possession of a taken credit card and several traffic violations.
Our thoughts and prayers are with the fallen hero's family and the Logan County Sheriff's office. Thank you to all of the law enforcement officers involved in bringing this killer to justice.