Man dies in shootout with tribal marshal in Delaware County, Cherokee Nation official says

BY SHEILA STOGSDILL
Tulsa World
11/05/2020 09:00 AM
Reprinted with permission
Main Cherokee Phoenix
Trifton Wacoche, 26, of Spavinaw, allegedly opened fire on a Cherokee Nation Marshal Service officer, whose returning fire killed Wacoche. OKLAHOMA DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS
KENWOOD – A Spavinaw man was killed in an alleged exchange of gunfire with a Cherokee Nation Marshal Service officer early Sunday.

Around 1:30 a.m., a suspect was reportedly fleeing from authorities with the Cherokee Nation Marshal Service and Delaware County Sheriff’s Office near Kenwood, according to Julie Hubbard, Cherokee Nation spokeswoman.

She said the suspect was identified as Trifton Wacoche, 26, of Delaware County. A second suspect was arrested at the scene, she said.

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