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What the affidavit states ...
Here is a description from a police affidavit of events Monday morning when police officer Michael Puckett arrived at Dr. Stephen P. Wolf’s Nichols Hills home: The officer was dispatched at 3:52 a.m. Monday to the house of a neighbor who called police after Mary Wolf banged on the neighbor’s front door. The officer heard screaming from Wolf’s house and met Mary Wolf at the open front door. She told the officer, "He’s killing my son. He’s killing my son.” The officer drew his gun and went through the house, finding the doctor on his knees "wrestling with something up against a cabinet door and a dishwasher.” The officer ordered Wolf to put his hands up. "At that time Mr. Wolf raised his hands to about head level and looked back at Officer Puckett and said, ‘He’s got the devil in him and you know it’ several times.” The officer ordered Wolf, who was covered in blood, to get on his stomach. Wolf complied. The officer then saw the victim, Tommy, with a knife in his head and a knife in his chest. "Mr. Wolf again started saying, ‘You know he’s got the devil in him’ several times over.” The boy then began to convulse and "Mr. Wolf leapt up off the floor and said, ‘He’s not dead’ and tried (to) grab a knife from the body to continue the assault.” The police officer pulled Wolf by the neck and shirt and Wolf fell and dropped a knife. The officer kicked Wolf in the head as Wolf tried to reach for the knife and punched him in the jaw when Wolf tried to reach for the knife again. The officer then was able to toss the knife away. Another officer arrived and handcuffed the doctor.
Slain boy remembered
Tommy Wolf, 9, was remembered Tuesday as a sweet boy. "He was always creative and feisty,” said Kristin Moyer, 26, of Oklahoma City, who was a counselor at an after-school program at Casady School when Tommy was a student in 2006. "He was a little feisty kid, but he wasn’t bad. Just a typical boy. He loved having fun with the rest of his friends,” she said. "He was a real sweet kid. He did have his share of timeouts, just like the rest of them. But I really enjoyed him.” Others who knew the boy made similar comments online at NewsOK.com. "I knew Tommy through Cub Scouts,” wrote Cheldrea Mollett of Oklahoma City. "He was a lovely, sweet and wonderful boy. God has him now, and he is at peace.”