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***BREAKING*** Shooting Suspect Dead After Citywide Manhunt And Shootout With Police

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ARDMORE, OK -- The search is over and the man police say shot four people in Ardmore, two of which were federal agents, is now dead.

Police say Henry Jackson is believed to have been involved in three separate shootings in a 24 hour period of time.

Police say federal agents located Jackson's silver Ford Taurus in a northeast Ardmore neighborhood around 6:30 Thursday afternoon.  Police say a man, they believe was Jackson, opened fire hitting both agents and then fled the scene in the silver Taurus. 

One agent was taken to the emergency room, the other was treated on scene.

In an earlier shooting, officers say Jackson shot a person at a home on Boyd street Thursday Afternoon.  They say it happened during an argument.

Police say the victim was shot in the hip and was flown to a hospital in Oklahoma City where they were treated and released.

Police also say they believe Jackson shot a woman Wednesday night.
   
Investigators say it happened on Burton Street in the southeast part of town sometime before 9:30.
     
They say the woman was in the backseat of a car when a man in a black hoodie and a ski mask knocked on the window.
 
When she rolled down the window she was shot in the arm.
     
Police say all the victims of those three shootings are expected to survive.

Jackson was shot and killed during a shootout with police at the corner of H and MLK in Ardmore around 9:30 Thursday night following a multi-agency manhunt..

Ardmore Police Chief Ken Grace says he would like to thank all the agencies involved in helping find Jackson and bringing an end to this incident.



 

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