The Norman Transcript

November 19, 2013

Minco officer stabbed, suspect shot near Tuttle


CNHI News Service

MINCO —

A Minco police officer was stabbed in the shoulder and the back of the head earlier today while responding to a call between Minco and Tuttle. 

The officer responded to a call of a suspect in a house on State Highway 37 who claimed he was the anti-christ, and was going to burn his home down with his family in it, according to Lisa Hatchett, public information officer for the Grady County Sheriff's Office.

The suspect was identified as Russell Mason. 

The suspect stabbed the officer twice. The officer shot the Mason in the leg. 

Grady County Sheriff Jim Weir also responded to the scene. Hatchett said Weir sat on the suspect until other officers arrived. She said Weir's leg was injured in the struggle, but his injuries are not severe. 

There are no fatalities reported from this incident at this time. 

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A Minco police officer was stabbed in the shoulder and the back of the head earlier today while responding to a call between Minco and Tuttle. 

The officer responded to a call of a suspect in a house on State Highway 37 who claimed he was the anti-christ, and was going to burn his home down with his family in it, according to Lisa Hatchett, public information officer for the Grady County Sheriff's Office.

The suspect was identified as Russell Mason. 

The suspect stabbed the officer twice. The officer shot the Mason in the leg. 

Grady County Sheriff Jim Weir also responded to the scene. Hatchett said Weir sat on the suspect until other officers arrived. She said Weir's leg was injured in the struggle, but his injuries are not severe. 

There are no fatalities reported from this incident at this time. 

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A Minco police officer was stabbed in the shoulder and the back of the head earlier today while responding to a call between Minco and Tuttle. 

The officer responded to a call of a suspect in a house on State Highway 37 who claimed he was the anti-christ, and was going to burn his home down with his family in it, according to Lisa Hatchett, public information officer for the Grady County Sheriff's Office.

The suspect was identified as Russell Mason. 

The suspect stabbed the officer twice. The officer shot the Mason in the leg. 

Grady County Sheriff Jim Weir also responded to the scene. Hatchett said Weir sat on the suspect until other officers arrived. She said Weir's leg was injured in the struggle, but his injuries are not severe. 

There are no fatalities reported from this incident at this time. 

- See more at: http://www.chickashanews.com/topnews/x967390361/Minco-officer-stabbed-while-responding-to-threats-from-self-proclaimed-anti-christ#sthash.ruZx2d7Y.dpuf

A Minco police officer was stabbed in the shoulder and the back of the head earlier today while responding to a call between Minco and Tuttle. 

The officer responded to a call of a suspect in a house on State Highway 37 who claimed he was the anti-christ, and was going to burn his home down with his family in it, according to Lisa Hatchett, public information officer for the Grady County Sheriff's Office.

The suspect was identified as Russell Mason. 

The suspect stabbed the officer twice. The officer shot the Mason in the leg. 

Grady County Sheriff Jim Weir also responded to the scene. Hatchett said Weir sat on the suspect until other officers arrived. She said Weir's leg was injured in the struggle, but his injuries are not severe. 

There are no fatalities reported from this incident at this time.

Details are courtesy of ChickashaNews.com