Tulsa police officers save woman during domestic dispute

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TULSA, Okla. – Two Tulsa police officers are credited with saving a woman during a domestic dispute.

Around 11 p.m. Monday, the alleged victim called police and told them “she was bleeding to death,” according to a police report.

When police arrived, a witness told them he saw the woman being attacked inside the home.

The officers reported they could also hear screaming coming from the home.

After looking inside the window and seeing blood, the officers forced their way into the house and arrested Adam Allen.

The alleged victim was transported to the hospital in critical condition with stab wounds to her neck, face, and head.

Allen was booked into the Tulsa County Jail on felony domestic assault and batter with a deadly weapon charge.

The police officers were also called to the same home the night before, according to KJRH.

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