ANADARKO - Caught on video breaking and entering into a Cyril home, a local man was arrested and now faces a criminal felony charge. Chaz Jay Gilliam, 31, of Cyril, was charged on Dec. 30 with burglary in the second degree - a felony, in the Caddo County District Court. Deputy Michael Brummell of the Caddo County Sheriff's Department stated in a probable cause affidavit that the burglary had occurred at about 2:40 p.m. on Dec. 27, at a residence south of Cyril on County Road 1470. According to the document, a white male wearing a blue hoodie and jeans, later identified as Chaz Gilliam, was recorded on the home's surveillance system first attempting to gain access into a vehicle in the yard. When the attempt was unsuccessful, Deputy Brummell states that Chaz went back to the house, kicked in the front door and entered the residence. The owner of the home informed officials that a gun was missing from the property after the burglary occurred. Chaz was later located at a residence on 6th Street in Cyril, placed into Emergency Custody and transported to Lawton for an evaluation after reportedly telling officials he would commit suicide. According to the affidavit, no firearms were located inside the residence where Chaz was apprehended. His bond has been set for $10,000. The crime is punishable by imprisonment for up to seven years.