On 6/10/2022 - Sheriff Gary Dodd stated in a JCSO Official Facebook Post about forming a "posse" consisting of multiple Law Enforcement agencies and "Deputizing" civilians in an effort to hunt down "two career ne'er-do-wells" (as Dodd phrased it). According to the Sheriff's statement the incident originated from a call to dispatch reporting "trespassers on a ranch off of State Highway 7". The posse spent "several hours tracking through dense brush and wooded areas" on horseback and with ATVs. Choctaw Nation Emergency Management flew "several missions" with drones over the area. Among other assisting agencies were: Oklahoma Highway Patrol, Atoka County Sheriff's Department, and Choctaw Nation Tribal Police.
Sheriff's Dodd's post then states: the subject "jumped a barbed wire fence but was quickly confronted by deputies. [the subject] attempted t resist arrest, but after being dragged through a barbed wire fence while resisting, this appeared to take the last bit of starch out of this wretch". It is unclear which individuals physically directly participated in the use of force, however the following officers were identified via the social media posts: Under-Sheriff Chris Smith, Sgt. Alyson Orr-Dodd, Deputy Joseph Schanz, Deputy Ty Richeson, Deputy Justin Murray, Deputy Tiffany Dease, and Deputy Curtis Jamison (all of JCSO) and Officer Tyson Dillshaw of Choctaw Nation Tribal Police. The other agency's officer remain unidentified at this time.