The Edmond Sun

January 17, 2013

2 face felony assault complaints

Mark Schlachtenhaufen
The Edmond Sun

EDMOND — Two Oklahoma City men face aggravated assault and battery complaints after a fight sent a man to a metro emergency room, an incident report stated.

At about 9 p.m. Jan. 10, Edmond Police Officer Jeff Morefield assisted on a fight in progress call at the Rolling Green Apartments, 400 E. Danforth Road, according to the report filed by Morefield.

Morefield stated that as he arrived he spotted about 20 individuals standing in one of the complex’s parking lots. As he pulled up, several individuals ran north through the complex, and several others were attending to an unknown victim, the report stated.

Morefield stated he could see the victim’s face was covered in blood and there were wounds to his face, suggesting that was injured badly. As Officer Nicholas Tant and several individuals cared for the victim, Morefield began his investigation.

A witness said the victim was walking on complex grounds when he said something to occupants of a vehicle that pulled up to the area, Morefield stated. Two black males got out of the vehicle and a verbal confrontation occurred between them and the victim, the report stated.

During the altercation, the victim was punched multiple times, including when he was on the ground, the report stated. Bystanders called police.

The witness said their language suggested that they were in a gang; the words “blood and cuz” were heard, Morefield stated. The witness said one male was wearing a red hoodie with a white T-shirt underneath and the other wore a black T-shirt and jeans, the report stated.

Morefield stated that three black males were found hiding in an apartment bathroom; one was wearing a dark shirt and jeans and the other was wearing a red shirt. They denied being involved, saying they heard about it and went to check it out, the report stated.

The victim was transported to a metro hospital due to the severity of his injuries, which included a large laceration on his head, the report stated.

Tyler Lamar Frazier, 20, of Oklahoma City, was arrested on a felony aggravated assault and battery complaint, the report stated.

Deondra Lorenzo Robinson, 20, of Oklahoma City, was arrested on a felony aggravated assault and battery complaint and on a possession of marijuana within 1,000 feet of a daycare complaint, the report stated.

Later, the suspects were transported to the county jail.



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