Tulsa Man Accused Of Stabbing Brother
TULSA, Oklahoma - Tulsa Police arrested a man they say stabbed his brother during a fight overnight. Police said they were called out to the 10800 block of East 33rd Street around 3:30 a.m. Tuesday, July 17.
Two brothers had been drinking most of the evening after the loss of their father, a media release states. Police said one brother, Dewitt Herbert Harris, started yelling then pushed his girlfriend when she asked him to quiet down.
The other brother intervened, and that's when Dewitt Harris stabbed him in the neck, according to Tulsa Police.
Police found the victim walking down the street with a deep cut to the front of his neck, an arrest report states. Harris was inside the house - and officers say he put his hands in the air and told them he had stabbed his brother.
EMSA took the injured brother to the hospital where he is said to be stable. Harris, 41, was taken into custody for domestic assault with a deadly weapon.