Bixby Woman Accused Of Assaulting Officers With Knives, Bat
BROKEN ARROW, Oklahoma - A Bixby woman was arrested early Thursday, January 10, after police said she tried to break into a Broken Arrow home and assault the residents. Tranitsie Valentina Crook was armed with knives and a bat, according to Broken Arrow Police.
Officer James Koch said officers responded to a report of a disturbance in the 13500 block of East 67th Street. Police said they found Crook trying to break into the home and ordered her to drop the knives and bat, but she refused.
Instead, she reportedly broke a glass door and tried to get into the home.
Officers used a Taser as well as physical control to arrest her, Koch told News On 6. She continued to attempt to brandish the weapons and tried to get an officer's pistol from the holster, according to police.
She was taken to the hospital for treatment then released back to BAPD custody, he said. Koch said she already had cuts and other injuries when officers arrived on scene.
Crook, 29, is currently in the Tulsa Jail on complaints of first-degree burglary, two counts of assault with a dangerous weapon on a police officer and obstructing justice. She's been held on a $30,500 bond.
Crook was arrested in 2017 on a complaint of reckless handling of a firearm: Woman Admits To Firing Gun At Tulsa Motel 'To Make Sure It Worked'.