Alleged homicide suspect arrested after 7 hour long standoff with police in S.E. Oklahoma City

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OKLAHOMA CITY - "He was arrested without incident and, at this time, he and the house are being turned over to homicide detectives to continue their investigation," said Captain Barry Clark, Oklahoma City police.

After a seven hour long standoff, police have their man.

Anthony Loman finally surrendering to police.

Those who live nearby are shocked.

"I can't believe it. I heard that guy did bad things, but I don't know," said Charlotte Jackson.

Loman is wanted in connection with the murder of Jay Creasy.

Creasy's body was discovered about 10 days ago.

Police said Loman and Derek Blacker, who is already behind bars, had something to do with Creasy's murder.

Wednesday, they got a tip he was inside this home.

A tactical team was called in, and they set up a perimeter.

Residents were told to stay away.

"I came to meet the kids at the bus stop, and I was worried, because they are not going to let them down here," Jackson said.

For hours, Loman did not cooperate with police.

Officers sent in tactical robots to get a look inside the house and ended up forcing their way in and arresting Loman.

"He gave up peacefully with hands up. They were able to take him out of the back door," Clark said.

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