Sapulpa Police take a suspect into custody after a nearly hour and a half long standoff, Sunday Evening.
The suspect barricaded himself inside a duplex in 200 block of West Lee Street.
A Sapulpa man is in custody after a nearly hour and a half long standoff with several suburban law-enforcement agencies, Sunday Evening.
Officers say they were called out to a duplex in the 200 block of West Lee Street for some sort of disturbance with a group of kids around 5:30pm.
That's when someone barricaded themselves inside for about an hour and a half.
Special Operations Officers from Sapulpa, Bixby and Sand Springs all responded to try to persuade the man out. They were able to throw a cell phone inside to communicate with the man. The suspect surrendered to police shortly thereafter.
Police say they heard rumors he had a weapon, but no weapon was found.
Police are not releasing the suspect's identity at this time, however they did confirm he had a number of outstanding warrants for his arrest. Charges are pending the outcome of the investigation.
Look for more on this story later on-air on Tulsa's Channel 8 and on-line at KTUL.com
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