TULSA - Tulsa police have four suspects in custody after a standoff at a north Tulsa residence that lasted more than 10 hours.
Authorities were searching for Glenn Gilbert, 42, who had two outstanding felony warrants and was wanted for questioning in reference to a meth lab fire, said Tulsa police spokeswoman Officer Jillian Roberson.
When authorities arrived at the residence in the 4900 block of East Marshall Street three people were taken into custody, said Roberson.
"Officers continued for several hours to make contact by phone and through PA announcements," said Roberson.
Gilbert was located inside the home and taken into custody just before 5 a.m. Thursday. He was the only individual inside.
An active meth lab was also found in the home.
In addition to Gilbert, Johnny Miller, Randy Bowers and Gina Gibson were all arrested for endeavoring to manufacture.
Authorities are still investigating.
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