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OHP plans to release video in connection to Michael Vance shootout

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Michael Vance killed after shootout with OHP in Butler, Okla.

OKLAHOMA CITY – The Oklahoma Highway Patrol announced plans to release video in connection to a deadly shootout with double-homicide suspect, Michael Vance.

On Tuesday, Nov. 1, at 2 p.m., officials with OHP will hold a press conference to answer questions related to the Michael Vance manhunt.

Officials say Michael Dale Vance, Jr., was shot and killed by members of the Oklahoma Highway Patrol Sunday evening, ending Vance’s violent rampage that began on October 23, 2016.

Vance was wanted on multiple charges, including two counts of first-degree murder.

“I deeply appreciate the teamwork between our law enforcement partners,” OHP Chief Ricky Adams stated. “Together we were able to end a threat to public safety across Oklahoma.”

“I am grateful the Oklahoma Highway Patrol was able to work with our law enforcement partners and prevent Vance from harming anyone else,” DPS Commissioner Mike Thompson added. “Vance’s wanton disregard for human life was shocking and outrageous to Oklahomans across our state. ”

Officials with OHP said due to the significant interest in the deadly shootout and chase with the double-homicide suspect, they will make the video available at the press conference on Tuesday.

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