TULSA, Okla. - Tulsa police arrested a woman accused of beating up another woman and stealing her cellphone.
Police said the victim visited a convenience store near 61st and Peoria around 7:40 p.m. Wednesday, when suspect Kiera Eastland came up to her asking for money.
The victim told Eastland she didn’t have any money, police said. Eastland allegedly threatened the woman, then assaulted her.
Police said Eastland grabbed the woman by her hair, punched her in the face, forced her to the ground, repeatedly punched and kicked her up to the point when the victim feared for her life.
The woman was transported to a hospital with an injury to the side of her face.
Police said it’s rare to see an assault like this without the victims having some kind of prior relationship.
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