Update: Suspect arrested after standoff in OKC metro neighborhood

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BETHANY, Okla.  - A standoff that lasted almost 4 hours between a suspect and police in a Bethany, Okla. neighborhood has ended peacefully.

Law enforcement officers were on the scene of a standoff with a suspect who was barricaded inside a home.

It happened in the area of NW 39th and Council in Bethany, Okla.

Investigators were called out to the scene just before 11 a.m. Thursday.

Officials say Kevin Enneking and a friend nearly ran over a Bethany Sanitation crew with their vehicle.

Kevin Enneking, Courtesy: Oklahoma County Jail
Kevin Enneking, Courtesy: Oklahoma County Jail

When officers were alerted of the incident, they realized they knew the driver.

Bethany Deputy Chief John Reid said officers "were familiar with that vehicle and this address and we knew the person that drives that vehicle did have a felony warrant for his arrest."

After barricading himself inside a home, police sent an attack dog into the home to find Enneking.

Police say the dog found Enneking in the attic, where police apprehended him.

The suspect was taken into custody just before 3:00 p.m.

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