22-Year-Old Son Attacks Father With Samurai Sword At Tulsa Home
A 22-year-old Tulsa man is in jail after he reportedly attacked his father with a Samurai sword, a police report says.
Officers arrested Taylor Allen Kinyon early Sunday morning at a home in the 3200 block of East 59th Street.
Kinyon left the residence after the alleged attack, but he was taken into custody when he returned. As officers were walking him to the patrol car, he broke free from their grasp and attempted to run away, according to the police report.
The victim had a cut on his left arm, and it was bleeding and had severe swelling, an investigator wrote in the report.
Kinyon was booked into the Tulsa County jail on complaints of domestic assault with a deadly weapon and escape from custody. He is being held in lieu of $26,000 bond.
Already this month, Kinyon has been accused in separate cases of felony larceny and felony possession of methamphetamine and possession of paraphernalia. Charges are pending in both cases.
Court records show that in 2012, charges of domestic assault and battery were dismissed against Kinyon.
Two women have been granted protective orders against Kinyon in the past. A woman who once filed a paternity suit against Kinyon was granted an emergency protective order against him in 2010, and it lasted about 10 months before it was dismissed.
And in June 2012, a woman claiming to be Kinyon's then-girlfriend was granted an emergency order that was dismissed the next month because she failed to appear in court.