Tear gas used during search warrant catches Glenpool mobile home on fire, 4 occupants arrested

GLENPOOL, Okla. - A mobile home burned early Tuesday morning after a search warrant was served in Glenpool.

Around 4 a.m. the Oklahoma Highway Patrol Tactical Team served the warrant at the mobile home near Highway 75 and 171st Street South, said OHP spokesman Capt. George Brown.

The occupants were thought to be involved in a large theft ring, responsible for possessing guns, weapons, trailers and other stolen items.

Two people exited the mobile home but another two remained inside.

Brown said officers then used tear gas to force the remaining occupants out, but the tear gas sparked a fire inside the mobile home.

No one was seriously injured.

Robert Tiger Jr., 49, Diana Camp, 48, Dylan Camp, 18, and a juvenile were arrested for resisting arrest.  Dylan Camp was also arrested for assault and battery on a police officer.

Print this article Back to Top