Area law enforcement officials continue to search for Quinlan Hogan (above) in the three-county area.
Hogan is wanted by Sequoyah County for several warrants, including knowingly concealing stolen property, eluding or attempting to elude police officers, driving under suspension, unauthorized use of a motor vehicle, as well as looting and threatening acts of violence, according to Eric Helms, director of the District 27 Drug and Violent Crimes Task Force. He also has a criminal history of drugs, alcohol and felony firearm possession.
Authorities in Leflore and Haskell counties also have warrants for Hogan on additional charges.
Hogan led deputies on a high-speed chase Jan. 10 from Sequoyah County across the Arkansas River and into Haskell and Leflore counties. Hogan blew through road blocks in Panama and Spiro before fleeing his Ford Mustang on foot.
Helms said law enforcement officials are still searching in the three-county area for Hogan, who they consider "dangerous." He has been spotted near Bokoshe and in Sallisaw.
“He went into hiding for a bit, but he’ll turn up,” Helms said. “We believe he’s still in the area.”
Helms reminds individuals that anyone who has been hiding Hogan will also be arrested for aiding and abetting.
If you have any information about Hogan’s whereabouts, contact your local authorities immediately.
Pam Cloud, Managing News Director
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