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Standoff in midtown Tulsa over, suspect in custody

Posted at 5:30 PM, Dec 15, 2018
and last updated 2018-12-15 23:17:07-05

TULSA — Tulsa Police said the standoff in midtown Tulsa is over and the suspect is in custody.

It started at three when police were called by a homeowner of a vacant house in the 3100 block of South Madison saying he spotted someone inside.

That person, identified as Glenn Shepard, called police and said he would kill officers if they didn't leave the area.

Police say he also broke into another home.

Officers say despite the warning from Shepard about killing police, they did not find weapons.

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