A Shawnee attorney was arrested and charged in Cleveland County Wednesday on a felony charge of harboring a fugitive.

A Shawnee attorney was arrested and charged in Cleveland County Wednesday on a felony charge of harboring a fugitive.

Shelley L. Levisay, 32, was booked into the F. Dewayne Beggs Detention Center in Norman at 3:24 p.m. Wednesday, jail records show. No bond amount was listed on the jail record, although the warrants shows a $10,000 bond was issued.

A felony charge of harboring a fugitive from justice also was filed in Cleveland County District Court.

According to that filing, Levisay is accused, from Dec. 29, 2017 to Jan. 24, 2018, of harboring, equipping, aiding or assisting Adrian David Ray Gerdon, who had an outstanding warrant of arrest in Pottawatomie County. The filing shows Gerdon had previously been found guilty of assault and battery with a dangerous weapon, with the harboring charge alleging Levisay provided Gerdon with supplies and access to a vehicle so he could escape arrest.

Cleveland County District Attorney Greg Mashburn filed the charge in the case, although local investigators and police officers who are part of the District 23 task force are listed as being witnesses endorsed for the state of Oklahoma.

A 23-page affidavit of probable cause was filed with the charges.

According to that affidavit, investigators noted they were told numerous times that Levisay and Gerdon were in a relationship and that investigators previously observed Gerdon coming from and going to Levisay's Shawnee address.

Levisay, although an attorney, was not listed as attorney of record for Gerdon, the affidavit notes.

The affidavit indicates an arrest warrant was issued for Gerdon on Dec. 28, 2017, for failing to appear in court for a long list of felony cases, including assault with a dangerous weapon, domestic abuse assault and battery by strangulation and bringing drugs into a jail institution.

The document indicates the investigation led authorities to a travel trailer in the Newalla area.

A search warrant was executed Jan. 24 at that location, where Gerdon was apprehended safely. A vehicle registered to Levisay was parked outside that trailer, according to the warrant.

Jail records show Gerdon was booked into the Pottawatomie County Public Safety Center on Jan. 24. He remained jailed Wednesday and his bond is set at $100,000.

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