TULSA — A Tulsa man was arrested Wednesday after police say he struck a woman with a metal rod that had been set on fire.
Police say they responded to an alleged domestic assault and battery, and a fire in the living room of the residence in North Tulsa. The suspect, Brandon Gray was located by officers in the 800 block of Delaware Avenue after he left the scene prior to their arrival.
Records show that Gray lit a material on fire at the end of a rod, and began to wave it around the residence. Gray shattered a window with the victim behind it, resulting in the female being hit in the face with debris, police say.
Records show that Gray then took the metal rod with the lit material and threw it out the window at the female, burning her.
According to Tulsa Police report, Gray was arrested on 1st degree arson, endangering human life, and domestic assault and battery with a dangerous weapon.
Tulsa Police say Gray is a convicted felon and was booked to David L. Moss on his charges.
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