Tulsa Officer Arrested for Reported Domestic Assault
A Tulsa officer was booked into the jail Wednesday morning for reportedly assaulting a woman he had been dating off and on.
Tulsa Police booked Cpl. David Harrison into the jail for domestic assault and battery. He was arrested at his residence near 61st and Harvard Tuesday evening.
Booking information states that an unidentified woman notified TPD after Harrison reportedly assaulted her at his residence. She had been visiting him throughout the day and told officers they have been dating "on and off" for about two years.
Officers described in their report that Harrison asked for a back rub and he allegedly "snapped and became angry and tried to force her head down to him him oral sex." The victim added that he pinned her down on the bed with all of his weight, according to the report.
The victim told police that she was able to push him off but he continued to bring her back towards him. At one point he reportedly defecated in the bed and pushed her down into it and "ordered her to clean it up."
"[She] stated [Harrison] hit her in the mouth with a liquor bottle," the report describes.
Harrison was booked into the Tulsa County Jail. He has been placed on administrative leave pending further investigation. Harrison has been an officer with the agency for nearly 26 years.