Naked Man, High On Meth Assaults Woman At NW OKC Apartment Building

Monday, December 1st 2014, 1:26 pm
By: News 9

An Oklahoma City man is behind bars after breaking in an apartment complex on the northwest side of the metro and sexually assaulting a female tenant over the weekend.

OKC Police arrested 32-year-old Blake Keahbone late Saturday night after receiving a call from someone stating that a naked man had broken into their building and was fighting with residents.

Officers responded to the scene, located in the 800 block of NW 6th St., just after 10 p.m. When they arrived they located Keahbone, completely nude, being held down by three individuals in the grass on the south side of the building. He was taken into custody and police interviewed the residents.

According to the report, Keahbone was high on methamphetamine when he stripped off his clothes and smashed through the glass door at the front of the apartment building. Once inside, Keahbone made his way to a community bathroom where he found the victim.

The victim told police she was using the restroom when Keahbone forced himself in the stall and attacked her. The victim said Keahbone tried to sexually assault her, but the commotion he made breaking into the building alerted other residents who came to her rescue.

Two residents managed to pull Keahbone out of the restroom before he took off for the back door. Those residents and the building's maintenance man though were able to catch up to Keahbone and tackle him to the ground outside where police made the arrest.

Keahbone was first taken to Baptist Hospital by EMSA to be treated for injuries he sustained during the break-in and his struggle with the apartment residents. While at the hospital Keahbone admitted to police that he had taken the meth and another unknown drug before breaking into the apartment building.

He was then booked into the Oklahoma County Jail on the charges of First-Degree Burglary, Assault and Battery, Domestic Abuse in the Presence of a Minor, Forcible Oral Sodomy and Indecent Exposure. His bond was set at $115,000.