A Tulsa man was arrested late Friday after he reportedly raped his dinner date.
According to an arrest report, after a trip to a restaurant, David Williams, 33, took the woman somewhere on East Apache Street, forced her out of the vehicle and beat her.
The woman told police she was able to escape Williams and run to a nearby house yelling "fire" because "her father had taught her that she would get more help that way," the report said.
However, when she knocked at the door, no one answered and Williams caught up with her, she told police.
Williams dragged the woman back to the vehicle and continued to beat her before driving her to an abandoned house on North Lansing Place, where he raped her repeatedly and threatened to impregnate her, the report says.
After the rape, the woman said she recovered the keys to the car and drove straight to the TPD Gilcrease Division, where she flagged down officers.
Investigators said her hair was in disarray, she had bruising on her arms, a busted lip and a swollen eye.
Later, officers were called out to a burglary at the victim's parents' house, where she also lives, the report said. Williams was attempting to break in through the door and was shouting death threats, but officers arrived and stopped him, the report says.
Williams was reportedly under the influence of alcohol and made threatening comments to police.
He is in the Tulsa County jail on complaints of rape by force or fear, kidnapping, domestic assault and battery by strangulation, first-degree burglary, resisting arrest and public intoxication.
He is being held in lieu of more than $160,000.
According to the arrest report, Williams was so combative officers were unable to take his fingerprints at booking.