Teen Arrested In Sexual Assault Of Union High School Student, Other Attacks
TULSA, Oklahoma -
Tulsa police have arrested a man involved in multiple sexual assaults over the last several months, one of which reportedly took place near Union High School.
Dayquan A. Williams, 16, was taken into custody on Wednesday afternoon.
In a news release, officials said the Northern Oklahoma Violent Crimes Task Force located him at the Stonegate Apartments at the 7200 block of 89th East Avenue.
Reports said Williams initially ran from officers but was caught shortly after. He was then taken to the detective division to be interviewed.
Williams is a former Union student.
An 18-year-old Union student told officers she was passing the Stonegate Apartments at 7:45 a.m. on Jan. 29 when a male between 16-18 years old started following her.
When she walked through a shopping complex on the north side of 9000 East 71st Street, he grabbed her and forced her into a retention area behind the complex. He then sexually assaulted her and tried to rob her, according to a news bulletin issued by police. The girl went home and called police.
Three other assaults in which Williams is a suspect include:
- November 17, 2013: Sugarberry Apartments, located at 10900 E. 61st Street. First-degree burglary and assault and battery.
- November 23, 2013: Greens of Bedford Apartments, located at 10600 E. 66th Street. First-degree burglary and sexual battery.
- December 3, 2013: Agora Coffee Shop, located at 4959 S. 79th E. Avenue. Armed robbery, two complaints of sexual battery and forcible oral sodomy.
He is expected to be booked into the Tulsa County jail on the complaints stemming from all four incidents.