Tulsa high school wrestling coach arrested for domestic violence
TULSA, Okla. – A Tulsa high school wrestling coach was arrested for domestic violence over the weekend.
Timothy Littrell, a wrestling coach at Memorial High School, is accused of choking his girlfriend until she lost consciousness.
According to the police report, the couple was arguing after they left a bar.
At some point on the way home, the victim says Littrell tried to push her out of their vehicle.
When they got home, Littrell allegedly dragged the woman inside the house.
The victim told police Littrell pulled her to the ground and put his knee on her chest, according to KJRH.
She says she was eventually able to get away and grab her gun.
Littrell is facing charges of assault and battery by strangulation.
A spokesperson with Tulsa Public Schools told KJRH that Littrell is suspended with pay pending an investigation.