Wagoner County Deputy arrests one after vehicle pursuit
On 04/19/2021 at 0120 hours Wagoner County Deputy M. Smith was patrolling the area of 50th Street and U.S. Highway 69 when he observed a blue in color Ford Expedition traveling Eastbound on 50th Street towards Highway 69 with expired vehicle tags.
Wagoner County E-911 Dispatched confirmed that the vehicle had an expired tag. Deputy Smith attempted to make contact with the driver and the vehicle accelerated and began to drive at a high rate of speed. Deputy Smith initiated his emergency equipment in an attempt to perform a traffic stop on the vehicle. The vehicle continued to head westbound and accelerate to a higher speed.
The driver continued to travel westbound at a high rate of speed and failed to stop at numerous stop signs as he was attempting to evade the deputy. A short time later the driver of the vehicle led the Deputy into the Clarksville area South of Porter. The driver pulled into an address in the 41300 Block of East 233rd Street South and fled the vehicle. The suspect was taken into custody as he exited the vehicle. Additionally, a juvenile female fled the vehicle into a wooded area. An adult female riding in the vehicle was detained until the investigation was completed.
The driver of the vehicle was identified as Skyler G Fisher of Coweta, OK. The vehicle was impounded and upon inventorying the vehicle, a small amount of a green leafy substance was discovered in the cup holder of the vehicle. Skyler stated the substance was his.
Skyler G Fisher was taken into custody without further incident for the following charges: Felony Eluding of a Police Officer, Child Endangerment, Failure to obey Traffic Device or sign. Possession of Controlled Dangerous Substance, Driving without valid license, No insurance. He was transported and booked into the Wagoner County Detention Center. He was released from the Wagoner County Detention Center on 04-20-2021 after posting a 7,500-dollar bond.