• Police: Man breaks into ex-roommate's home, attacks him with knife

    By: Sara Whaley , Ryan Love


    TULSA, Okla. - Tulsa police arrested a man Wednesday morning after they say he broke into his ex-roommate's home and attacked him with a knife.

    Police told FOX23 Clayton Shane-Walters broke into his former roommate's home near 11th and Lewis just before 3 a.m. Wednesday. They say Shane-Walters broke in through the back door and surprised the victim by jumping onto his bed.

    Police say the victim went to the kitchen to call police when Shane-Walters grabbed a knife. He reportedly began swinging the knife at the victim which led to a cut on the victim's hand.

    Police arrived and found Shane-Walters in a back bedroom and arrested him.

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