An Oklahoma City woman was arrested after her mother was assaulted and demanded to press charges, according to a police report released Friday.
The mother called police to her home May 24. They found her with cuts, redness and swelling on her forehead, face and elbows, according to the report. She told officers she went to check on her daughter, Misty Whitlock, 24, and a friend, referred to as Roxy in the report, because they were being loud.
Each was carrying a loaded handgun and the two of them were trying to forge checks on a computer, so she asked them to leave the house, according to the report.
Roxy became angry and told the victim she was not going to be kicked out of another house. The mother told police when she began to call 911 Roxy grabbed her phone and repeatedly punch her. The mother tried to run out of the room, but Whitlock blocked the doorway, trapping her inside, according to the report.
The mother said she was hit in her head and face between five and 10 times before Roxy started choking her, at which point Whitlock told her friend, “Come on … That is enough. It is my mother.”
Whitlock and Roxy fled the house, but were found by police at Roxy's residence, according to the report. Whitlock was arrested on complaints of assault and battery, domestic abuse and possession of a firearm.
Shortly after Whitlock's arrest, the victim called police again and said Roxy kicked in her front door to get her belongings.
Whitlock was in the Oklahoma County jail Friday with bail set at $8,000, officials said.