An Oklahoma City man is facing a felony charge of domestic violence and more after an incident at a home on the northwest side of the metro, early Sunday morning.
OKC Police arrested 26-year-old Travis Jaime after being called to a home in the 2200 block of NW 34th St. just before 4 a.m. on Sunday.
The caller told police Jaime, who she had been in a relationship with since Feb. 2014, was intoxicated, outside of her home, and firing a gun through a window of the home because she would not leave with him. The victim said Jaime fired approximately 10 shots.
The victim told police that she and Jaime had been living together, but after a number of verbal and physical altercations, she moved in with one of her friends just a few days prior to this incident.
She also told police that she had seen Jaime with the gun approximately four months before this incident. During that altercation, the victim told police that Jaime pistol whipped her in the face, which fractured her orbital bone. The victim told police that she did not file a police report at that time, but did have medical paperwork proving the injury.
Jaime was not at the scene when police arrived, but later officers were able to apprehend him and the firearm was recovered. He is facing one count of Carrying a Firearm While Under the Influence, one count of Discharging a Firearm in Public and Felony Domestic Abuse. A bond has not yet been set.