Tulsa Police Officer Arrested On Domestic Assault Complaint
TULSA, Oklahoma - A Tulsa Police officer was booked into the county jail on a complaint of domestic assault and battery early Wednesday.
According to an arrest report, Cpl. David Harrison, 51, was arrested at his home late Tuesday after a woman told officers Harrison hit her with a liquor bottle and sexually assaulted her during a struggle. The report also says the woman claims Harrison defecated in the bed, pushed her in it and then ordered her to clean it up.
Police spokesperson Officer Jill Roberson said Harrison has been suspended with pay pending an internal investigation.
A police report states a "sexual assault investigation" has been submitted to the Tulsa County DA's office for review.
Roberson says David Harrison has been an officer with their department since 1988.
Jail records show he has a May 14 court appearance set.