Tulsa Man Accused of Sexually Assaulting Woman, Enters Home with Firearm

A Tulsa man is in jail Friday after he allegedly entered a woman's apartment and sexually assaulted upon her arrival.

Brandon Savage, 29, of Tulsa was arrested Nov. 1 after the woman involved in the case identified him in a six person lineup as being the person who assaulted her in her apartment back in October.

According to the police report, Savage entered the victim's apartment while she was at work. When she arrived home, he pulled her inside from the front door and threw down to the floor, face down while holding a pistol.

Savage then hit the victim in the back of the head with the barrel of the pistol and proceeded to remove her clothing in order to look for money. After removing her clothes, he made the victim crawl to the bedroom.

Once in the bedroom, the police report says that Savage proceeded to sexually abuse her and took various items from the apartment before he left.

Savage also is on federal probation. His previous crimes include second degree burglary.

He is due in court next week.