A Tulsa man was arrested Sunday after a standoff that last nearly five hours.
Brad Alan Fyffe, 49, was at his neighbors’ home Sunday morning, when he pulled out a gun and forced them to leave.
The victims told police that Fyffe pointed a semi-automatic handgun at them and told them to vacate the property. The two said they feared for their lives, according to police reports.
Tulsa Police arrived at the 4800 block of S. 74th E. Ave. around 4:30 a.m.
Police made contact with Fyffe, who showed police his weapon, then ran inside his apartment and refused to come out.
The Special Operations Teams was called to the scene, and after a five-hour-standoff, Fyffe was taken into custody at 9:28 a.m. The incident ended peacefully with no shots fired.
Fyffe faces two counts of pointing a firearm with intent to kill and a misdemeanor of obstructing justice. He is being held on a $40,500 bond.
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