Police confirm they have found two bodies inside a southwest Oklahoma City mobile home after a standoff on Monday.
Oklahoma City police told News 9 the homes around the trailer they are looking at have been evacuated. Everyone else is still allowed to stay in their homes, but if they leave the park, they are not able to get back in because police are in the middle of their tactical operation.
Police have been here at the Granada Village mobile home park, located at 2400 S. MacArthur Blvd. in Oklahoma City, since just after 7:30 a.m. Monday, after getting a 911 call from a man claiming he had shot his roommate and was threatening to blow up the mobile home park. That is the last communication police have had with the man.
The SWAT team has been brought in and police negotiators are on the scene trying to re-establish communication with that man to see if what he said was true. Right now they can't confirm that. Police have also brought in their bomb squad.
Just before 1:30 p.m. police confirmed that they have found two bodies inside that mobile home. Police have not identified the two at this time.
Both OG&E and ONG are also on scene, and police said they are here to cut off services to the trailer in question just as a precaution.
A News 9 crew is on the scene. Stay with us for updates.