PITTSBURG — A stolen vehicle was recovered after a traffic stop on Monday.

At approximately 1:45 p.m. on Monday, Crawford County Deputies responded to rural Pittsburg on East 560 Avenue west of 200 Street.

According to a release from the Crawford County Sheriff’s Office, Gary Dean Tomasi, 45, of Frontenac, reported to dispatchers that Tony V. Corbitt, 44, of Pittsburg, had allegedly fired a weapon at him on 560 Avenue after an altercation that began in Frontenac, in which Tomasi’s vehicle was rammed by Corbitt who was driving a black Chevrolet.

Tomasi, who was uninjured, reported that Corbitt had left the area after firing at him.  A responding deputy located Corbitt on the US 69 Bypass and conducted a traffic stop.

Corbitt was driving a vehicle reported stolen  from Pittsburg.

Corbitt was taken into custody for three active warrants, theft and aggravated assault.

According to the release, after an extensive search, no weapon has been located and the investigation is continuing. Corbitt was transported to the Crawford County Jail and is being held without bond.