Agencies were on scene serving a high-risk search warrant shortly after 4 a.m. this morning at 166th Street South and Highway 75 in Glenpool when a fire broke out. Authorities reportedly deployed tear gas, and are not sure if the tear gas started the fire or if the suspects started it.
The warrant was connected to a "very large" theft ring, said Oklahoma Highway Patrol spokesperson George Brown. Three adults and one juvenile were arrested in connection to the incident.
The three adult suspects arrested were identified as Robert Tiger, 49, Diana Camp, 48 and Dylan Camp, 18.
Crews searching the home reportedly recovered stolen weapons
When fire crews arrived on scene after authorities served the warrant, they found the home was fully engulfed by flames.
Authorities believe foul play may have been involved in the incident. The Oklahoma Highway Patrol is overseeing the investigation. OHP reported there are still three outstanding warrants for individuals connected to the situation.
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