OKC Police: Woman Suspected Of Being On Meth Attacks Victim With Knife
OKLAHOMA CITY - An Oklahoma City woman, suspected of being high on meth, was arrested after police said she attacked another woman with a knife.
According to police, at about 5 p.m. on Monday, officers responded to the report of a fight at an apartment complex in the area of S.W. 29th and S. Walker.
When officers spoke with the suspect, 34-year-old Chasity Rena McKittrick, police said McKittrick was speaking at a very high tone and was speaking very quickly, non-stop. Police said McKittrick would not hold still and her teeth were rotted out. She spoke in sentences that were almost complete, but missing some verbs and adjectives. She would also jump from one statement to another with no correlation between them.
Police said these are all signs of someone being high on meth.
Officers spoke with the victim who had a superficial stab wound to the neck. She also had scratches and red marks on her elbows, hands, face and neck.
The victim told police that McKittrick approached her from across the parking lot. A witness said McKittrick then pulled out a knife, pushed the victim to the ground and began attacking her.
Officers said they found a knife in McKittrick's possession. McKittrick was then arrested for assault with a dangerous weapon.
McKittrick told police that she was “being arrested for defending herself.” She told authorities that she attacked the victim because the victim had pulled her hair.
While being transported to the jail, police said McKittrick tried to expose her breasts and offered the officer sexual favors if he let her go.
McKittrick was booked into the Oklahoma County Jail on one count of assault with a dangerous weapon.