Man in custody after scaling 50-story building in Oklahoma City

Oklahoma City Police on Tuesday took a person into custody after climbing the side of the Devon Tower, which is the tallest building in Oklahoma.The person reached the top of the Devon Tower around 9:40 a.m. and got to a platform on the roof. Police then took the person into custody.The person who climbed the 50-story tower posted stories to his Instagram account during the situation. The account identified him as Maison DesChamps, and his page describes himself as the “Pro-Life Spider-Man.” A drone followed him up, and police said officers took the drone operator into custody.Devon Energy released a statement after police took the climber into custody. Oklahoma City Police Department officials said the climber was arrested on a trespassing complaint.”This morning a climber scaled the side of Devon Tower. We are happy to report that he is now safe,” Devon Energy tweeted. “A huge THANK YOU to our local OKC emergency responders for getting here quickly and taking action.”

Oklahoma City Police on Tuesday took a person into custody after climbing the side of the Devon Tower, which is the tallest building in Oklahoma.

The person reached the top of the Devon Tower around 9:40 a.m. and got to a platform on the roof. Police then took the person into custody.

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The person who climbed the 50-story tower posted stories to his Instagram account during the situation. The account identified him as Maison DesChamps, and his page describes himself as the “Pro-Life Spider-Man.”

A drone followed him up, and police said officers took the drone operator into custody.

Devon Energy released a statement after police took the climber into custody. Oklahoma City Police Department officials said the climber was arrested on a trespassing complaint.

“This morning a climber scaled the side of Devon Tower. We are happy to report that he is now safe,” Devon Energy tweeted. “A huge THANK YOU to our local OKC emergency responders for getting here quickly and taking action.”

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