UPDATE (7:45 p.m.): Both suspects are in police custody following a standoff in Edmond.
Police arrested two people whose names have not yet been released.
Those two people were inside a residence at Danforth and Coltrane, refusing to come out and cooperate with police.
Officers attempted to make contact with the suspects after spotting two stolen vehicles at the home.
The suspects were two of four people detained by police. Police released the other two individuals who had been detained.
No one was injured during the standoff.
There have been no reports so far of weapons found at the scene.
UPDATE: Edmond police have arrested a suspect in the standoff at Danforth and Coltrane, but they have yet to arrest the second suspect.
There are a total of two suspects that police were trying to take into custody.
Police were using a PA system to negotiate with the suspects.
Information has not been released on what progress has been made toward capturing the second suspect.
EDMOND, Okla. (KFOR) – Edmond police are at the scene of a standoff.
The standoff is occurring in the area of Danforth and Coltrane.
An unconfirmed number of people are inside a residence, refusing to come out and speak with officers.
“There are some people inside that we want to talk to, and they’re not coming out. Right now that’s all I can say,” said Emily Ward, Edmond Police Department’s Public Information Officer.
Officers are using a PA system in an attempt to negotiate with the individuals inside.
Danforth has been closed off from traffic.
Ward has not yet released details on why officers want to speak with those inside the residence.
Stay with KFOR as this story develops.
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