Kidnapped woman found alive, suspect dead

Published: 12/13/2019, 8:04 AM
Edited: 03/11/2021, 10:22 AM
(WASHITA COUNTY, Okla.) The missing Garvin County woman that the Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation (OSBI) was looking for has been found alive. Challan Bailey told police that she had been beaten by the suspect, Cade Humphrey, and was forced to go with him Wednesday. The Washita County Sheriff’s Office requested the OSBI investigate an officer-involved shooting that took place Wednesday night. At approximately 9 p.m. the Cordell Police Department and the Washita County Sheriff’s office located the 2004 Grand Marquis believed to be driven by Humphrey. Cordell police and Washita County deputies attempted to make a traffic stop on the vehicle when a short pursuit took place southbound on Highway 183 out of Cordell. The driver of the car, identified as Humphrey, attempted to ram one county unit head-on but was ultimately stopped approximately three miles later when he crashed into a pol ice unit. At that time, Humphrey exited the vehicle brandishing a knife. He attacked one of the officers while still in his unit and the officer shot Humphrey. He was transported to Cordell Memorial Hospital and pronounced dead. Bailey was also taken to the hospital for treatment and was released. Bailey was last seen Wednesday in Union City, Okla. When Humphrey didn’t show up for court Wednesday on two counts of Assault and Battery on an Officer, Carter County deputies tried to locate him and discovered he and Bailey were missing.


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