EUFAULA, Okla.---McIntosh County deputies say a convicted felon is in custody Thursday morning after a standoff and fatal fire at a home near Eufaula.
Deputies say first responders received reports of a fire just after 9 p.m. Wednesday night. They found two bodies and a dog inside the burnt mobile home.
They say while crews were investigating the fire, 34-year-old Trevor Armstrong confronted law enforcement with a shotgun.
After a three-hour standoff, deputies say Armstrong was taken into custody. He'll be facing at least seven charges including first-degree arson, being in possession of methamphetamine and assaulting officers.
Armstrong has served time for convictions in McIntosh, Pittsburg and Muskogee county. Some of his convictions were possession of a firearm in the commission of a felony, possessing a firearm after former convictions of a felony, and second degree burglary.
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