UFC fighter Thiago Silva jailed after SWAT standoff in Oakland Park

A Broward Sheriff’s SWAT team took an armed man into custody just before midnight Thursday after he barricaded himself inside his Oakland Park home after allegedly threatening people at a jiu-jitsu studio Thursday night, officials said.

USA Today sports site, mmajunkie.com, reported early Friday that the man was Ultimate Fighting Championship veteran Thiago Silva. The site reported that an armed Silva, 31, walked into Pablo Popovitch Mixed Martial Arts Academy, 777 E. Oakland Park Blvd., around 7:45 p.m., made unspecified threats and left. No one at the school was injured, investigators said.

He then went to his townhome at 2041 Coral Heights Blvd. and locked himself inside. The SWAT team was called out and a perimeter was set up.

Thiago was booked into Broward’s Main Jail before dawn on Friday on four charges including aggravated battery and resisting an officer according to jail records.

Suzi Forum, 22, came to see what was going on.