“By our standard, there was no major show of force,” Sgt. John Loretto said. Simpson was handcuffed and taken in a police vehicle to the Clark County Detention Center to be booked on six felonies, including two counts of robbery with use of a deadly weapon. If convicted of the charges, he could get up to 30 years in state prison on each robbery count alone. Simpson became inmate number 2648927. Justice of the Peace Douglas Smith, who made the decision to hold Simpson without bail, was “concerned about the flight factor” and because Simpson had no ties to the Las Vegas area, said Judge Nancy Oesterle. Arraignment was set for Wednesday. Yale Galanter, Simpson’s lawyer, said he was preparing a bond motion and will ask for Simpson’s release on his own recognizance. “If it was anyone other than O.J. Simpson, he would have been released by now,” he said. “You can’t rob something that is yours,” Galanter said. “O.J. said, `You’ve got stolen property. Either you return it or I call the police.”‘ Police said they were giving Simpson no special treatment – other than keeping him separated from the rest of the general prison population for his own protection. In June 1994, Los Angeles police gave Simpson a day and a time to turn himself in to face allegations he had killed ex-wife Nicole Brown Simpson and her friend Ron Goldman. It was a courtesy, said then-prosecutor Marcia Clark, often extended to celebrities or those with no criminal record. Instead, Simpson jumped in an SUV, apparently with a loaded gun and ready to commit suicide, and led police and media helicopters on a dramatic, televised chase before surrendering. “The Bronco chase was a nightmare,” said Clark, now an “Entertainment Tonight” correspondent “Certainly he has abused that courtesy, so I would not expect anyone to extend it to him again.” One of the suspects, Walter Alexander, 46, of Mesa, Ariz., was released without bail, despite facing charges almost identical to Simpson’s. Experts said that may indicate he’ll testify against Simpson. On Monday, another man suspected in the alleged heist surrendered, police said. Clarence Stewart, 53, of Las Vegas, lived at one of the residences that police searched early Sunday to recover some of the memorabilia. Stewart turned over some of the missing goods, including footballs bearing autographs, Lt. Clint Nichols said. Stewart was held on six felony charges: two counts of robbery with a deadly weapon, two counts of assault with a deadly weapon, burglary with a deadly weapon and conspiracy. Another man, Tom Scotto, was questioned and cleared of suspicion after police concluded he was not in the room, reducing the number of outstanding suspects to two, Dillon said. Both were apparently seeking attorneys and preparing to surrender, Dillon said. An apparent audiotape of O.J. Simpson’s standoff with men he accused of stealing his memorabilia begins with the former NFL star demanding, “Don’t let nobody out of here.” “Think you can steal my s— and sell it?” the voice identified as Simpson’s said, in a recording released by celebrity news Web site TMZ.com. Bruce Fromong, one of the sports memorabilia dealers who said he was robbed, told ABC’s “Good Morning America” on Monday that the items did not belong to Simpson. “If you’re asking did they once belong to him, yes, they did,” Fromong said. “But these were things that belonged to him a long time ago.”160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! Police insist such treatment is prudent for a man whose name is synonymous with a slow-speed chase from officers in a white Ford Bronco. But legal experts are questioning whether Simpson is being singled out for extra-tough prosecution in his casino-hotel robbery case as payback for his murder acquittal more than a decade ago. “It is regrettable that America has not gotten over the O.J. Simpson criminal case,” said Carl Douglas, who was co-counsel with Johnnie L. Cochran in Simpson’s 1995 criminal trial. “The fact that he is being held without bail seems unfair and over the top,” Douglas said. “O.J. has always been able to satisfy his obligations to the court. He cooperated with the authorities in this case. He is not a flight risk. And he certainly can’t hide anywhere.” At least six plainclothes policemen, and by a handful of hotel security guards, arrested Simpson on Sunday at The Palms casino- hotel. He was accused of leading an armed heist of sports memorabilia. Simpson said he was only reclaiming possessions that had been stolen. CRIME: Officials say treatment is proper, but critics suspect payback. By Ryan Nakashima THE ASSOCIATED PRESS LAS VEGAS – News conferences, a slew of felony charges, a perp walk in handcuffs and detention in a holding cell without bail – it’s clear authorities aren’t giving O.J. Simpson any celebrity breaks.