Update: Suspect who barricaded himself inside OKC hotel now on the loose; other suspects arrested

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Update: The suspect with a dangerous history and felony warrants who barricaded himself inside an Oklahoma City hotel room, Friday night, is now on the loose, but two other people at the scene were arrested.

Oklahoma City Police Department officials, including the department's Negotiating Team, Tactical Unit and Bomb Squad, were in position outside a room at Woodspring Suites, 3800 N I-44 Service Road, after a suspect with a dangerous history and felony warrants barricaded himself inside the room.

The two arrested suspects were identified as Tayo Ketiku and Kiara Colston. Ketiku was arrested on a felon in possession of a firearm warrant, and Colston was arrested on a misdemeanor warrant for suspicion of larceny.

Police eventually made some arrests, but the suspect who started it all is still on the loose.

"After negotiations with Oklahoma City Police Negotiating Team Members, The Oklahoma City Police Tactical Unit had two subjects surrender to them at approximately 2305 hours," Lt. Freddy Herrera said in a news release. "The subject of the original incident has not been located."

The two people who surrendered had active warrants for their arrest. They were taken to the Oklahoma County Jail.

The name of the man who barricaded himself has still not been released, but police said on Friday that he has a violent history that includes rape, assault with a deadly weapon and kidnapping.

Police said Friday night that he could be armed with weapons.

Original Story

OKLAHOMA CITY (KFOR) - A suspect who police say has a violent history and is wanted on multiple felony warrants is barricading himself inside an Oklahoma City hotel room as police clear the area outside the room.

The suspect is refusing to come out of a room at Woodspring Suites, 3800 N I-44 Service Road, according to police.

Authorities have not released the suspect's name.

The suspect's violent history includes rape, assault with a deadly weapon and kidnapping, according to Oklahoma City police.

Officers were investigating an incident – the nature of which has not been disclosed – and tracked the suspect to the hotel, where he had a room.

The Oklahoma City Police Department's TAC Team and Bomb Squad were called to the scene. Police believe the suspect could be armed with weapons.

Police cleared the west end of the parking lot in case any shots are fired. They have also began clearing hotel guests out of rooms that are near the suspect's room.

Police said they will remain at the hotel until the suspect surrenders or they have reason to believe he is no longer at the hotel.

Stay with News 4 as this story develops.

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