Man wanted, accused of shooting gun at state trooper in Carter County

Christopher Storlie (Source: Missouri State Highway Patrol)
Christopher Storlie (Source: Missouri State Highway Patrol)

CARTER COUNTY, Mo. (KBSI) – The Missouri State Highway Patrol asks for the public’s help finding a man accused of firing a gun at a state trooper.

Christopher Storlie, 47, is described as a white male. He should be considered armed and dangerous, according to the MSHP.

A trooper tried to stop a white 2006 Cadillac Escalade for failing to signal on Parsons Road, north of US 60 Highway in Carter County on Dec. 18 at about 1:19 a.m.

After a short chase the suspect stopped his vehicle, exited, and began firing on the trooper, according to MSHP.

The trooper’s patrol car was struck several times, but the trooper was uninjured.

The suspect left the scene, traveling in an unknown direction.

The 2006 Cadillac Escalade displayed a Minnesota registration of DWH-273 on the rear of the vehicle.

Storlie may be traveling to Illinois and has ties to Minnesota, according to MSHP.

Anyone with information regarding the described vehicle or Storlie is asked to call the Missouri State Highway Patrol, Troop G Headquarters at 417-469-3121.

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