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Wagoner County Investigators and U.S. Marshalls arrest Porter shooting suspects

05/19/2021

Wagoner County Sheriff's Investigators have been working closely with the US Marshal's Service to capture shooting suspect Cordereau Jackson for the shooting of a Muskogee man in Porter Oklahoma. (original story) Jackson and his girlfriend, Rebecca Dillman fled the state after the shooting.

Investigators began a nationwide manhunt in cooperation with the US Marshal service. Investigators were able to assess that Jackson and Dillman fled to Los Angeles California. After several days, Dillman's family convinced Dillman to come back to Oklahoma and turn herself in to law enforcement. Dillman has been in custody at the Wagoner County Jail since last week. Jackson continued to allude law enforcement. Jackson was located coming out of a store yesterday afternoon during surveillance. US Marshals took Jackson into custody outside the California store without incident. Jackson was booked through Los Angeles Police Department and is awaiting extradition back to Wagoner County Oklahoma to stand trial for his alleged crimes.

Wagoner County Sheriff Chris Elliott stated, "This case appears to be a cold-blooded shooting from someone who is no doubt extremely dangerous. I'm very happy that the arrest occurred without incident. The victim is lucky to still be alive." "The capture of Cordereau Jackson is a result of good old fashion police work by my Investigators and the US Marshal Service. The Wagoner County Sheriff's Office has always enjoyed a great working partnership with the US Marshals." Sheriff Elliott continued, "It's important for violent criminals to understand that we will not let county lines, nor state lines deter our hunt for you if you commit violent crimes in Wagoner County. We will hunt you down. We will find you. We will bring you to justice."   

The Wagoner County Sheriff's office recognizes that all accused are innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.   

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