“Everybody is always looking over their shoulder in town,” Arrest warrant issued in Logan County assault

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LOGAN COUNTY, Okla. - While Antonio Taylor continues to recover, Tommy Tucker continues to run.

Just over a week has passed since Antonio was brought into a local hospital, beaten and bloodied, non-responsive to all.

Once placed in a medically induced coma, 'Tony' has since come back to life, but he's not yet back to being himself.

"They're going to put him on solid foods, so he's kind of excited about that," said cousin Maggie Bostwick. "He's very confused about what happened, what went on."

Court records are now painting a clearer picture.

According to a recently filed arrest warrant, Tucker sneaked into his estranged wife's home, where he reportedly confronted and beat Tony in the living room.

Authorities arrived to find a bloody scene and a bloodied Tony.

Doctors later determined he had 'bleeding on the brain.'

"With that comes memory loss. He's going to have to learn fine motor skills," Bostwick said.

While Tony learns to cope with his new life, family is forced to cope with the fact Tucker is still at large.

"Everybody is always looking over their shoulder in town," she said. "If you've done wrong, then you, as an adult, accept the consequences."

Tucker has been formally charged with first degree burglary and aggravated assault and battery.