UPDATE: McCurtain man turns himself in, sheriff says
The story below appears in this week's issue. About 8 p.m. Wednesday (Jan. 2), Sheriff Tim Turner notified the Stigler News-Sentinel that Dalton Hunter had turned himself in that evening.
Officials seek help locating man, stolen guns
The Haskell County Sheriff’s Department is seeking help in their search for a man they believe is involved in the thefts of two shotguns and eluding officials, according to Haskell County Sheriff Tim Turner.
Charges have been filed and an arrest warrant has been issued for Dalton Hunter, 24, of McCurtain, Haskell County District Court records state. Hunter is charged with burglary in the third degree (two counts), endangering others while eluding/attempting to elude police officer and possession of stolen vehicle.
“We are actively seeking Hunter with the assistance of the U.S. Marshals Service,” Turner said. Officials are also searching for the stolen guns.
Anyone with information regarding Hunter are asked to contact the Haskell County Sheriff’s Department at 918-967-2400
Additional information regarding the arrest warrant for Hunter can be found on the Stigler News-Sentinel’s website, www.stiglernews.com, and Facebook page.