Standoff ends in 4 arrests
BY KENDRICK MARSHALL & AMANDA BLAND World Staff Writers
Nov 15, 2012
11/15/12 at 10:27 AM
An eight-hour standoff that began Wednesday night yielded four arrests at a home where police discovered a meth lab inside.
Investigators with the Tulsa Fire Marshal's Office requested police assistance in apprehending Glen Gilbert, 42, who was wanted for questioning in connection to a meth lab fire, said Tulsa Police Officer Jillian Roberson.
Police arrived to the 4900 block of East Marshall Street at 8 p.m. Wednesday and arrested Gina Gibson, 41; Randy Bowers, 41; and Johnny Miller, 48, on complaints of endeavoring to manufacture a controlled drug.
A standoff between police and Gilbert then ensued after Gilbert refused to comply with loudspeaker announcements and attempts at contact via telephone. Police announced Gilbert had been arrested shortly before 6 a.m. Thursday.
Roberson said a meth lab was found inside the residence.
Gilbert has an outstanding warrant in Rogers County after he failed to appear in June on a felony charge of actual physical control of a vehicle while under the influence, court records show.
He pleaded guilty to possession of a controlled drug and possession of drug paraphernalia in 2009 and served 11 months of a 31-month prison sentence, according to the Department of Corrections.
Gilbert has been charged in several Tulsa County misdemeanor and felony cases since 1992. He pleaded guilty to charges including second-degree burglary in 1992 and larceny of gasoline in 2008.
From left to right, Gina Gibson, Johnny Miller, Randy Bowers and Glen Eugene Gilbert. Tulsa jail booking mugs.
Gina Gibson, 41. Tulsa jail booking mug
Johnny Miller, 48. Tulsa jail booking mug
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Randy Bowers, 41. Tulsa jail booking mug
Randy Bowers, Oklahoma DOC file booking mug
Glen Eugene Gilbert, 42. Tulsa jail booking mug
Glen Eugene Gilbert, Oklahoma DOC file booking mug