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Suspect In 10-Hour Hotel Standoff Booked Into OK Co. Jail

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Chad Yeaman, booking photo from 2-28-2015 Chad Yeaman, booking photo from 2-28-2015
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The man at the center of a ten-hour police standoff at an Oklahoma City hotel earlier this month was officially booked into the Oklahoma County Jail on Saturday afternoon. 

2/20/2015 Related Story: Convicted Con Man Arrested After Lengthy Standoff In NW OKC

According to online jail records, Chad Yeaman, 36, faces two complaints of Burglary in the Second Degree.

Oklahoma City police said Yeaman checked into the Extended Stay America at Northwest Expressway and Meridian wearing a fake badge, a gun strapped to his leg and told hotel clerks he was an undercover federal agent.

During a standoff at the hotel, authorities said Yeaman set a mattress on fire, triggering the sprinkler system. Police tried several different tactics to get Yeaman to surrender, including flashbangs, however a robot forced through a doorway ended the standoff. 

2/20/2015 Related Story: Standoff With Alleged Burglary Suspect Ends At NW OKC Motel

Yeaman was taken into custody after ten hours, reportedly wet and freezing.

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