Man arrested for assaulting officers


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Updated: 10/10/2013 7:00 am Published: 10/10/2013 6:42 am


Robert Boyd is in the Tulsa jail this morning, accused of assaulting two Tulsa Police Officers.

We looked over the arrest report from overnight, it says Boyd refused to listen to officers when they responded to a domestic violence call on Wednesday.

One officer was shoved into a wall, and the other was kicked, when Boyd was on the ground.

Boyd was booked on charges assault and battery on a police officer, and obstruction.

Records show he is a convicted felon.

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Unwashed Mass - 10/10/2013 2:53 PM
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This is why Tulsa has court-ordered dashcams, and why that dashcam video is public record. This just in today: Prosecutors have filed an assault charge against a Los Angeles police officer for her alleged role in a 2012 incident captured on squad-car video in which a 35-year-old mother died after a violent struggle to place her in custody. Officer Mary Margaret O'Callaghan, a 19-year veteran of the force, is charged with assault under color of authority for kicking Alesia Thomas in the groin and stomach during the attempted arrest on July 22, 2012, which involved at least three other officers.

Unwashed Mass - 10/10/2013 10:50 AM
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What are the names of the "victims" he assaulted? Maybe they have some interesting records.
 
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