High risk warrant rattles neighbors

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OKLAHOMA CITY -- Stressful moments for an Oklahoma City neighborhood after multiple police units descended on a house to serve a warrant overnight.

Neighbors were concerned it was a standoff situation because police were using a bull horn to communicate with residents.

However, officers say the were serving what's known as a "high risk warrant" about 5 a.m. in the 300 of SW 36th Street.

Police did not release any information about the suspects or any details about the warrant.