A man who police say savagely attacked two clerks this past week is finally off Oklahoma City streets.
Police say 35-year-old Donald Earl Frazier Jr. pounded a Circle-K clerk with a two-by-four piece of wood at just before 4 a.m. Friday on S.W. 59th Street and May Avenue.
Police say the same man used a brick to beat Cambridge Inn manager Dala Kirkpatrick just before she closed late last Sunday night.
Acting on a tip, police arrested Frazier just before 11 a.m. Friday at SW 59th St. and Penn. Frazier was riding a city bus at the time.
A witness tells News 9 Frazier was wearing an old Lebron James Cleveland Cavaliers basketball jersey, and had a huge wad of cash when police stopped the bus with guns drawn.
"That face is going to haunt me for a long time," said Kirkpatrick. "Honestly, I want to beat him and even the score and let him know just how I felt that night."
Police have surveillance video from both incidents, but have not released them yet.