OCPD Arrest Three After Standoff At SW OKC Home
OKLAHOMA CITY - The Oklahoma City Police Tactical Team were involved in a stand-off in Oklahoma City with a couple of suspected gang members.
The stand-off started Tuesday night after officers said they were unable to serve a warrant at a house near South Santa Fe Avenue and SW 66th Street.
Police used a loud speaker to calmly talk the suspects out of the home. When that didn't work, a TAC team forced the door open, ordering the suspects to surrender. Officers said after five hours of coaxing, three people surrendered one-by-one with their hands in the air.
Police said two of the people are suspected gang members.
Ronald Nolen Coker II, 30, Tyler McKinley Ray, 32, and Miranda May Diane King, 30, were identified as the people police arrested. Coker was arrested on Oklahoma County warrants. Ray was arrested on Oklahoma County warrants. King was arrested on an unspecified Kingfisher County warrant.
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