A manhunt is underway for an Oklahoma fugitive who police say is wanted for two murders, a carjacking and for shooting two police officers.
Shockingly, local reports say 38-year-old Michael Vance has been posting Facebook Live videos while on the run.
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In one of the videos, a man identified as Vance by News9 makes threatening statements about a man named Jericho while behind the wheel of a moving car.
"You're so lucky this went down this way," he said. "I was coming for you m*****f****** a**."
The man in the video then tells the camera: "I'm about to steal another car... like, right now."
Vance's saga began Sunday, when cops say Wellston police officers were hit with bullets while responding to a call of shots fired in the Wellston area.
Their injuries were not life-threatening, but the suspects fled the scene. One of them has since been captured.
Vance, who police say was possibly shot twice while exchanging gunfire with police, allegedly then shot and carjacked a woman who also sustained non-life-threatening injuries.
In another Facebook Live video, the man tells viewers: "What's up ya'll? Letting ya'll know, look, this is real..." before panning down to what appears to be a semi-automatic rifle.
"Sis, I love you," he continues. "And thank you for believing me. Everything that was said it was all a setup and I hurt bad... If you wanna know what's next, stay tuned to your local news."
Investigators say Vance still likely has the AK-47 he allegedly used to shoot police.
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Vance is also wanted in connection with two homicides, details of which weren't immediately released.
"He recently got out of my jail. He was accused of child sexual assault. We were doing an investigation, we arrested him. That is supposedly what set him off but we don`t know that for sure yet," Sheriff Charlie Dougherty told KFOR.
As of this writing, Vance remains a fugitive.
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