FAIRFIELD — Two people face charges in connection with an extensive bank fraud case that ended Tuesday when one suspect and police had a gunpoint standoff at a local bank.

Also in the mix — the suspect’s 9-year-old child.

Police identified the man as 46-year-old Carl Myers of Exeter Street in Bridgeport. He was charged with first-degree larceny and conspiracy, first-degree robbery, first-degree threatening, first-degree reckless endangerment, assault on a police officer and interfering with a police officer.

Police also charged Myers with risk of injury to a minor. He was held on a $500,000 bond.

The other suspect, identified by police as 29-year-old Tanika Haase, was charged with first-degree larceny, conspiracy and interfering with police.

Fairfield police said the Detective Bureau had been investigating a case of bank fraud in connection with the theft of about $120,000 from an elderly Texas resident. The suspects in the case, police said, were handling their transactions at Bankwell on Sasco Hill Road in Southport.

Around 4 p.m. Tuesday, detectives spotted Myers — one of the suspects — walking into the bank and confronted him.

“He drew a pistol which he had concealed in his pants,” police said. “A tense standoff ensued between Myers and several officers in the bank, with several officers holding Myers at gunpoint and issuing repeated orders to drop his weapon.”

It was unclear how long the incident lasted, but police said Myers eventually lowered the gun. No shots were fired.

But then, became combative with the officers and resisted arrest, and officers used a Taser on him, police said. The whereabouts of the child during the standoff was unclear.

Myers was taken into custody and checked out at a local hospital because of the Taser use.

One detective suffered a knee injury during the incident, police said.

Bridgeport and Fairfield police followed up with a search warrant at Myers’ residence in Bridgeport. There, police took Haase into custody after they found more evidence connected to the alleged fraud in her possession, police said. She was held on a $150,000 bond.

Myers and Haase are both scheduled to appear in court on May 7.