By Paul Crockett, NewsOn6.com
TULSA, Oklahoma - A man is accused of pulling a stun gun on his wife early Saturday morning in their home north of Tulsa. The arrest and booking report for 57-year-old Clyde Vincent Waller shows it happened at a house in the 7100 block of North Peoria.
Waller's wife told deputies with the Tulsa County Sheriff's Office that Waller began verbally threatening her when he came home from work. According to the report, Waller called his wife lazy and told her she was depressed because the house was a mess.
The report goes on to say that Waller wouldn't let his wife leave the home with their minor child and later pulled a stun gun on his wife as she was changing the child's diaper. The wife told deputies he pushed her into a coffee table in the living room.
She said she tried to leave with the child again and was pulled back into the house, the arrest report states.
The wife then says she tried to call 911, but Waller chased her through the house with the stun gun, eventually taking the phone from her. According to the wife, Waller was also saying "you ain't calling the police."
Deputies arrived a short time later and did find a stun gun. Waller was arrested on one complaint of Domestic Assault with a Deadly Weapon in the Presence of a Minor Child and one complaint of Interfering with an Emergency Call.
The jail website shows Waller is being held on a $500 bond for interfering with an emergency call.