Victim identified from deadly standoff in southwest Oklahoma City

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OKLAHOMA CITY – Around 7:30 a.m. Monday, police responded to Granada Village, a mobile home park near McArthur and SW 20th, to a possible shooting.

The caller claimed he had shot his roommate and had enough gas to blow the complex up.

“The subject who was calling 911 had possibly shot his roommate,” said Officer Jeff Dutton. “He’s also made threats to possibly blow up his home.”

Once police got on scene, they said a man had barricaded himself inside one of the units.

Officers believed the man was armed with a shotgun and very dangerous.

ONG was on scene to monitor the gas situation as well as the bomb squad.

Surrounding units were evacuated, and other residents were asked to shelter in place.

No one was allowed to re-enter the complex as the standoff continued.

The tactical team worked to negotiate with the suspect.

The victim of the shooting has been identified as 75-year-old Francis Shubert. The identity of the suspect will be released once the next of kin has been notified.