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UPDATE (2:45 p.m., 12/9): Oklahoma City police released the name of the suspect who was arrested early Thursday following a standoff and police-involved shooting.

Police arrested 40-year-old Antwon Demon Hill on suspicion of felony pointing of a firearm and possession of a firearm after a former felony conviction, according to Oklahoma City police.

Officer Andrew Ash went to Alora Apartments in the 6300 block of Northwest 63rd Street in response to a reported disturbance. He arrived at about 8:16 p.m. Wednesday.

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Antwon Hill

Ash encountered Hill in a breezeway.

“Shortly thereafter, Mr. Hill reached into his pocket, produced a pistol and pointed it at Officer Ash,” Capt. Valerie Littlejohn said in a news release.

Ash pulled out his gun and fired at Hill, Littlejohn said.

Hill scrambled into an apartment. He was not hit by Ash’s gunfire, Littlejohn said.

Other people who were inside the apartment came out after Hill went inside.

A standoff ensued, with officers and tactical team members positioned outside the apartment, waiting on Hill to surrender.

Hill surrendered at around 2 a.m. Thursday.

He was booked into the Oklahoma County Detention Center.

Ash was placed on routine administrative leave.

UPDATE: One person was taken into custody around 2 a.m. on Thursday. Officials say no one was injured in the shooting.

OKLAHOMA CITY (KFOR) – Oklahoma City police are at the scene of an officer-involved shooting at an apartment complex, where the suspect has barricaded himself inside an apartment.

The shooting happened at Alora Apartments in the area of Northwest 63rd and MacArthur at around 8:16 p.m.

Oklahoma City Police Department officers were called to the complex regarding a disturbance between family members.

A male suspect came out of the apartment with a gun. An officer fired his weapon at the suspect, according to Capt. Valerie Littlejohn.

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The scene of an officer-involved shooting in Oklahoma City.

The suspect returned inside the apartment. It is unknown if he was hit by gunfire.

Other people inside the apartment came out after the officer opened fire.

Police believe the suspect is the only person inside the apartment.

Tactical units were called to the scene.

The officer who fired the shot was placed on paid administrative leave, according to Littlejohn.

A KFOR crew is at the scene.

This is a developing situation. More information will be provided once available.