Oklahoma man suspected in slaying of aunt, uncle; shooting 2 officers
LUTHER - Authorities say a man accused of shooting two police officers also is suspected of killing his aunt and uncle in the Oklahoma City area.
Oklahoma County Sheriff's Office spokesman Mark Opgrande says 38-year-old Michael Vance remains missing Monday morning.
Vance is suspected in the shooting of two police officers in Wellston near Oklahoma City, then making his getaway in a patrol car. Opgrande says authorities believe he then stole another vehicle from a woman whose condition has not been released, then killed his aunt and uncle. Opgrande says officers discovered their bodies at a mobile home in Luther Sunday night as they searched for Vance.
Opgrande says Vance also is facing a felony charge of child sexual abuse in Lincoln County that was filed in July.
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