Man arrested after allegedly assaulting two women at Oklahoma City hotels

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Keaunte Clark Courtesy: Oklahoma County Jail

OKLAHOMA CITY – Authorities say they have arrested a man after he allegedly attacked two people at hotels in Oklahoma City.

On Oct. 11, officers were called to the Spring Hills Marriott Hotel after learning about a sexual assault.

The alleged victim, an employee of the hotel, told police that she was in a room when 23-year-old Keaunte Clark came inside.

She says she asked him if it was his room and he said, ‘Yes.’

At that point, the police affidavit claims Clark walked behind her and wrapped both arms around her waist.

The victim says she turned around and slapped him before he walked away.

As officers were working on the report, a second call came in about another assault at a nearby hotel.

Police rushed to the Four Points Hotel and were met by a woman who said she was just attacked.

According to the affidavit, the alleged victim said she went into a room and was followed by Clark.

She says he walked toward her and put his hands around her throat and began choking her.

According to the police report, the victim says she was forced to floor and Clark tried to pull her shirt open.

He got up and left after witnesses walked by the room.

Clark was arrested for two counts of first-degree burglary, attempted rape and sexual battery.