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Two Arrested In Attempted Break-In At OKC Officer's Home

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Morgan Howard( Left), Dustin Holman(Right) Morgan Howard( Left), Dustin Holman(Right)

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OKLAHOMA CITY -- Police arrested two men accused of breaking into an Oklahoma City police officer's house. 

10/24/2011 Related Story: Thief Attempts Break-In At OKC Police Officer's Home, Shots Fired

Investigators said Dustin Holman and Morgan Howard broke into a house near Southwest 89th and Portland Monday afternoon.

According to police, off-duty officers Sergeant David Evans and Sergeant Delisha Martin were inside the house at the time. The officers scared the suspects off and fired a shot at them. Police do not believe the suspects were wounded.

According to the police department, Holman was arrested on one count of First-Degree burglary after former felony conviction, and two counts of assault with dangerous weapon after former felony conviction. Howard was arrested on one count of First-Degree burglary.

Police said the shooting is still under investigation. 

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