Boyfriend covered in blood arrested for assaulting girlfriend, neighbor
OKLAHOMA CITY – A 51-year-old man is facing multiple charges after he was arrested for allegedly beating up his girlfriend and assaulting a neighbor.
Officers rushed to a home along N. Meridian after a woman called police saying she was beaten by her boyfriend.
Authorities arrived to find a gruesome scene.
According to the police affidavit, officers saw the victim, who they say was covered in blood, had several cuts on her face and arms, had several bruises and was missing several large clumps of hair.
Officers say they also saw several marks on her neck that they say appeared to be consistent with strangulation.
When they walked into the apartment, authorities say they found several blood smears on the front door frame and a broken cell phone.
The police report also says there was a lot of blood on the floor near the bathroom.
The victim told officers that she arrived home and was met by her boyfriend, 51-year-old Kenneth Eugene Stanfield Jr.
She claimed that he was drunk and talking on his phone.
She said that she asked him if another woman was inside the house, which allegedly sent him into a rage.
She told officers she locked herself in the bathroom and called a family member.
However, Stanfield allegedly kicked in the bathroom door, hit her and dragged her out of the bathroom.
When she tried to free herself, she claims Stanfield began choking her.
After she was able to get away, she says Stanfield tried to hit her with a hammer.
She says she was able to get to her cell phone and tried to ask her family to call 911 before he broke the phone.
According to the report, Stanfield allegedly tried to stab the victim with a pocket knife.
However, she was able to wrestle it away from him.
At that point, she claims he dragged her out the front door.
Neighbors spotted the struggle and interfered.
Witnesses say Stanfield also allegedly hit a neighbor after he thought the man had called police.
According to the report, Stanfield was covered in blood and placed in a patrol car.
When told that he was under arrest, he allegedly said, “You ain’t got nothin’ on me. You didn’t get nothin’ off me. I didn’t do it. You can’t prove it and when I get out, I’m gonna f*** the Oklahoma City Police Department.”
Officers later learned that Stanfield is currently serving a five-year suspended sentence for assault and battery with a deadly weapon.
He is also on probation.
Authorities say Stanfield is now being charged with violation of a domestic act, assault with a deadly weapon, two counts of assault and battery and interfering with an official process.
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