A man who was shot by Rogers County deputies was found lying low with gunshot wounds, reportedly immobile, for three days at a purportedly fortified residence in Collinsville.

Deputies from Rogers and Tulsa counties served a search warrant Wednesday night, Feb. 13, at the residence of Chad Lee Anderson’s girlfriend during a search for Anderson after he allegedly attempted to run down Rogers County deputies during a pursuit.

“He was certainly in need of medical attention,” Rogers County Sheriff Scott Walton said. “I couldn’t talk on his medical condition. I don’t know how bad his injuries are or how many times he’d been hit.”

Anderson, 27, allegedly led Rogers County deputies on a pursuit Sunday night that started in the Catoosa area and ended in northeast Tulsa. Anderson allegedly drove a stolen Hyundai Sonata at deputies during one part of the pursuit.

Prosecutors allege Anderson was attempting to run over the deputies using the vehicle. A deputy responded by firing multiple shots at the vehicle.

It was initially unclear whether the driver, allegedly Anderson, had been struck. Walton said they found a small amount of blood when authorities recovered the Sonata, which was abandoned in Tulsa.

Investigators developed information that Anderson may be at his girlfriend Shelby Stambeck’s residence in Collinsville, located in the 15900 block of North 141 East Avenue.

Anderson had allegedly been sequestered there for three days with at least one gunshot wound, according to a probable cause affidavit. Deputies serving a warrant at the residence were told Anderson was immobile.

Deputies forcefully entered the residence after no one responded to their knocks; they reportedly located Stambeck and Anderson.

“Shelby states her fiance ... was shot twice,” deputies state in an affidavit. “Shelby stated they had been at (the residence) for a few days.”

Walton said the residence appeared fortified, describing it as a mix of a barn, shop and a house. His deputies told him the residence had been fortified in the front and back.

“I think I saw some bandages on him, but I don’t think he had any access to professional medical care,” Walton said.

The Sonata driver was not identified until the day after the pursuit when Anderson’s girlfriend reportedly contacted Rogers County Sheriff’s Office deputies. Anderson allegedly called her during the pursuit and told her that he had been shot and was being chased by law enforcement officers, according to an affidavit.

Tulsa County deputies arrested Stambeck on a complaint of harboring a fugitive. Stambeck was being held in Tulsa County jail in lieu of a $2,000 bond. Anderson was transported to a Tulsa hospital in unknown condition.

Anderson was charged of assault with intent to kill, eluding a police officer, possession of a stolen vehicle, altering a license plate and unsafe lane use, according to court documents.

​Harrison Grimwood

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