Oklahoma City Stalking Victim Speaks Out
OKLAHOMA CITY - Police are still on the hunt for a man charged with assault and stalking.
News 9 first brought you this story earlier this week and now one of man's alleged victims is speaking out.
One metro woman says she's been resting for weeks with injuries sustained from an alleged assault from Mark Tribble, a man now wanted by police.
"If it wasn't for my church standing up behind me I would be more of an emotion wreck," said Kris.
Hiding in fear, Kris, as she wishes to be called, is speaking out because she wants people to know this man, one of her boyfriend's former employees, Mark Tribble, is dangerous.
"For my new year's resolution I'd love to see him in jail, I would love to see him in jail because he is very dangerous," said Kris.
Warrants have been issued for Tribble's arrest.
He faces charges of assault and battery, stalking and making threatening phone calls. Both filed out of custody and both times, Kris was the victim.
"(It's been) draining, very draining and irritating," said Kris.
In November, Kris said she woke to Tribble breaking into her room and jumping on top of her punching her in her face and chest. She said in that attack Tribble fractured seven of her teeth.
Kris is now faced with countless medical and dental bills.
All while Tribble has continued to make threatening phone calls to her and her boyfriend
Several times he's made statements like: "I'm gonna' die anyway and I'm gonna take you with me."
"I have to adjust my whole life to keep myself safe because if I let that go for one second will he be standing behind me or in front of me and that's what the scariest thing is," said Kris.
Police believe Tribble may be homeless and could be seen around Edmond on a black bicycle wearing a baseball cap.
Tribble also has a listed address in Guthrie.