UPDATE: Police release name of man arrested in southwest Oklahoma City

A man was arrested after police searched vehicles for explosives. No explosives were found Thursday night, and police have released the man’s name
FROM STAFF REPORTS Published: May 23, 2014
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A man arrested in southwest Oklahoma City Thursday night after a police bomb squad searched vehicles for explosives has been identified Friday.

Dustin Allen Stacy, 29, was arrested on complaints of possession of a firearm after a former confiction of a felony, a felony domestic assault and battery arrest warrant from Pushmataha County and other outstanding state warrants, police report.

A police bomb squad determined that no explosives were in the three vehicles authorities searched in southwest Oklahoma City, police Capt. Dexter Nelson said.

Stacy was detained Thursday evening while officers closed off sections of SW 28 to SW 30 and S Miller Avenue to S Linn Avenue.

Three weapons were found, police report.

Comments about some of the contents inside a vehicle caused police to request the bomb squad Thursday night, Nelson said.

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