Man Still at Large After Assaulting State Trooper in West Alabama
A Sumter County man is still at large after allegedly injuring an Alabama Law Enforcement Agency State Trooper late Friday night.
Randy Lee Wade, 57, a black male, is accused of assaulting a Trooper while they were attempting to execute an arrest on the suspect. The incident occurred around 11:45 p.m. Friday night in Livingston, Alabama near the intersection of Interstate 20/59 and Alabama Highway 28.
The injured Trooper was transported to an area hospital for treatment, where they are still recovering.
Wade was last seen in Livingston, in Sumter County, Friday night. However, court records from 2016 list Wade's home address in York, Alabama. He stands at 5 feet, 11 inches tall, and weighs 135 pounds.
He is considered armed and extremely dangerous.
Nothing further is available at this time as the investigation is ongoing.
Anyone with information regarding Wade's whereabouts is urged to immediately contact the Tuscaloosa Highway Patrol Post at 205-553-5331, reach the Troopers at 334-676-7250 or call 911.
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