Man accused of biting police officer in Oklahoma City
Donald William Deemer, 31, was arrested on complaints of assault and battery on a police officer and public drunkenness, Oklahoma City police reported.
Police arrested a man who was found passed out in a downtown hotel hallway, Oklahoma City police reported Wednesday.
Donald William Deemer, 31, of Travis Air Force Base in California, was arrested on complaints of assault and battery on a police officer and public drunkenness.
An officer who responded to a disturbance call about 3:20 a.m. at the Renaissance Hotel, 10 N Broadway Ave., found Deemer on the hotel's 10th floor, crying and yelling.
An officer grabbed Deemer by the wrist, according to the incident report.
Deemer then tried to push the officer away. The officer laid on top of Deemer to try to restrain him and was bitten by Deemer during the struggle, according to the report.
Deemer was taken to St. Anthony Hospital to be treated for injuries suffered during the arrest and was taken to Oklahoma County jail after being treated.
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