Man armed with knife in custody after attempting to get inside local crisis intervention center

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Man armed with knife in custody after threatening people at Oklahoma County Crisis Intervention Center.

OKLAHOMA CITY  – A man armed with a knife is in custody after allegedly threatening people while trying to get inside of a local crisis intervention center.

Just before midnight, officials say a man holding a knife attempted to get inside of the Oklahoma County Crisis Intervention Center near N.E. 13th and Lottie.

Authorities say that man was threatening to kidnap people who were inside the building.

When officers arrived on scene, they ordered the suspect to get on the ground.

Officials say he complied with that command, but refused to show his hands.

Eventually, authorities say the man showed one hand, but kept the other one hidden.

Then, police say the suspect made a move with his hidden hand.

An officer on the scene then shot the man with a bean bag gun.

The suspect was hit in the leg and taken to a local hospital to be treated for a non-life-threatening injury.

Once he is released, he will be booked into the Oklahoma County Jail.

This is a developing story. Check back for updates.

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