Comanche man sought for kidnapping, other charges
As of Monday morning, a warrant was still out on a Comanche man wanted in connection with several felony charges stemming from an incident on Jan. 13.
According to court affidavit, Jimmy Brent Anderlohr is being sought on charges of kidnapping, using a firearm or other weapon while attempting to commit a felony, convicted felon in possession of a firearm and conspiracy to perform an act of violence involving or intended to involve serious bodily hard or death of another person.
The affidavit states deputies in Stephens and Jefferson counties were dispatched to a residence near CR 2780 and CR 1860 in response to woman being held there against her will.
A Jefferson County deputy made initial contact and had found the woman at the residence. The suspect, Anderlohr, had ran away from the residence toward a field.
The woman told deputies she and Anderlohr had dated briefly, but had recently broken up. The woman said Anderlohr had been at the residence and the two had been arguing. She agreed to take him to his residence.
The woman alleged that at one point he grabbed her and told her she was going to take him wherever he wanted to go. The woman alleged after driving around for a while that Anderlohr pulled out a handgun from the truck and told her to stop at his friend’s house and he allegedly threatened to kill the woman if she drove off.
The woman said he also made her go to Duncan to get a transmission for a truck. The woman alleged Anderlohr grabbed her around her neck. She stated on the way back toward Waurika he fired the gun into an empty field. After returning to Waurika, he allegedly grabbed a phone charger cord and hit her with it.
When the woman received a phone call from a family member, she secretly let the family member know she needed help and a rough location of where she and Anderlohr were. The woman stated Anderlohr allowed her to use the bathroom where she called the family member back to give an exact location.
When she went outside where Anderlohr was, a deputy had already arrived on the scene. The woman escaped when Anderlohr tried to pull her into a shed and ran to the deputy.
Eyewitnesses said after the deputy had secured the woman, they saw Anderlohr run east from the residence into an open field and then disappear into the tree line.
During the search of the wooded area, a shirt matching the description of the one being worn by Anderlohr was found, but Anderlohr was not.
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