Mother, Daughter Arrested After Tulsa Man Attacked With Broken Bottle
Tulsa County Sheriff's Office arrested a woman they say attacked a man with a broken bottle then assaulted a deputy. Dianna Lynn Corely is in the Tulsa jail Sunday on complaints of assault and battery with a dangerous weapon, assault and battery on a police officer, public intoxication and threatening a violent act.
Her daughter, 31-year-old Holly Pamela King, was also arrested in the incident.
Tulsa County Sheriff's deputies say they were called to the 7700 block of West 16th Street just before midnight Saturday on reports of a domestic disturbance. They found Dianna Corely, 52, standing in the middle of the road screaming, according to an arrest report.
The arrest report said Corely smelled strongly of alcohol, was unsteady on her feet and very uncooperative when authorities asked her to get out of the street and sit down.
A man at a nearby residence came outside with blood covering the left side of his head and face, the report states. He told deputies he was asleep in bed when Corely started hitting him with a broken bottle.
The man, who is believed to be Corely's husband, said Holly King was also standing over him when he woke in his bedroom.
Police said the man had several wounds to his head and face and blood on his arm and leg.
When a deputy was taking Corely to jail, Corely reportedly threatened, "When I get out of jail, I'm gonna put you in the hospital."
As Corely was being taken inside to booking, she backed up into the officer, grabbed her and started pinching her stomach, the arrest report states.
The Tulsa woman is being held on a $10,600 bond.
Holly King was booked on a complaint of domestic assault and battery with a dangerous weapon. She is in jail on a $2,000 bond.