Three emergency locksmith services in Tulsa are closed, with three in the city.
Tulsa Police Chief Jim Dyer said the city is investigating why four of the emergency lock-down locksmith agencies were closed.
One of the locksmith stations in Tulsa is located at the corner of Northwest and South Lamar streets, Dyer added.
Tulare City Council members who were in the room said the officers were told to stay inside and wait for backup to arrive.
They said the lockdowns began at 8:30 p.m.
Sunday and lasted for several hours, with one officer leaving a call for help at 4:30 a.m., according to a council member.
The city had already spent nearly $100,000 on the lock-downs.
Dyer told reporters Monday the city was reimbursed for the cost.
The locksmith station at Northwest and Southwest Lamar streets was closed after officers found a man with an unknown weapon and pepper spray.
The station was reopened at 6:15 a.k.
Monday after officers had removed the man from the scene.
Two other locksmith locations are closed in Tulsa and the city reported another two were closed, but it wasn’t clear what was behind them.
Toledo Police Chief Joe Haughey said the officer who arrived at the scene with pepper spray did not need medical treatment and was not injured.
Haughey did not immediately return a phone message seeking comment.
The Tulsa Police Department had no other details about the incidents.