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Oklahoma City, Oklahoma — On 09/21/2022 at approximately 11:36 p.m., officers received a 911 call regarding a domestic stabbing that had taken place at a residence in the 3300 block of S.E. 89th St. The wounded victim was taken to an area hospital by a family member. The victim suffered a non-life-threatening injury. It was learned the suspect in the stabbing, 43-year-old Christopher Brittain, had fled the scene in a vehicle.
Approximately twenty minutes after the victim of the stabbing called police, Sgt. Barrie had just finished an un-related call for service around S.W. 104th St. and S. Western Ave. He was sitting stationary in the northeast parking lot of the intersection in his patrol car. Christopher Brittain entered where Sgt. Barrie was parked and began driving erratically through the parking lot. As Sgt. Barrie made a traffic stop on the vehicle, he quickly realized this was the suspect and vehicle from the stabbing.
Christopher Brittain eventually stopped and exited his car as the sole occupant. He quickly advanced toward Sgt. Barrie, wielding a knife, raised above his head. Christopher Brittain was given several commands to stop and drop the knife. He refused and was subsequently shot. Christopher Brittain was taken to an area hospital. Once released, he will be booked in on assault complaints. Sgt. Barrie was unharmed, and will be placed on paid routine administrative leave, pending the outcome of the investigation.
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