5 People Surrender After Standoff With Tulsa Police


Wednesday, March 3rd 2021, 8:05 am
By: News On 6


TULSA, Okla. -

Tulsa police were involved in an early-morning standoff on Wednesday near East 11th Street and South 129th East Avenue.

According to police, it all began around 6 a.m. when authorities attempted to serve a federal narcotics warrant the home. Police say that 5 people were inside of the home at the time the warrant was served.

According to police, once authorities made entry into the home shot were fired at authorities by suspects inside. Officers returned fire and retreated to set up a perimeter around the home.

 Authorities closed off South 133rd East Avenue from East 13th Street to East 11th Street while they worked to secure the scene. 

Shortly after police set up a perimeter, all five suspects inside of the home surrender peacefully and were taken into police custody.

No officers were injured by the shots fired and no suspects were hit by gunfire.

One suspect did sustain an injury in an unknown way and was checked out by emergency crews.


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