Police in Owasso, Oklahoma are looking for a man who allegedly broke into and attacked his ex-girlfriend in her home on May 3. Quinton Dion Williams is currently at large, and police are asking for the public’s help to locate him.
Suspect in Brutal Assault at Large
Owasso police are urging citizens to be on the lookout for Quinton Dion Williams, who allegedly beat up his ex-girlfriend. According to the police statement, officers responded to a domestic assault call on the 8200 block of North 126th East Avenue at around 6:30 p.m. on May 3.
|About Quinton Dion Williams|
|Known As||Quinton Richardson|
|Birth||August 11, 1986|
The statement gave the horrific details that followed after the victim’s home was broken into while she was away. The suspect was reportedly hiding in wait for her return.
When she entered the house, Williams allegedly attacked her from behind. He reportedly violently beat her with his fists, and attempted to strangle her.
The police described that the suspect beat the victim with pots and pans. At one point, he allegedly tried to force her foot into the running garbage disposal, and attempted to drown her by pouring water into her mouth.
The suspect left after purportedly assaulting his ex, which is when the victim was able to flee the apartment and seek help.
The victim’s name hasn’t been revealed at this time. Police said she is being treated at a local hospital, but her condition is not known.
Police Release Description of Suspect
Williams’ whereabouts are unknown. Owasso authorities released a description and photograph of the suspect.
Quinton Dion Williams, 31, is described as a black male who also goes by the name Quinton Richardson. He stands at 6’2”, and weighs approximately 200 pounds.
He’s distinctly identifiable by the tattoos on his face; a dove on his right cheek, and a cross on his left.
Police believe he may be driving a gray newer model Mustang convertible, or a black Chrysler 300 with a paper tag. It is also believed that Williams injured his left hand during the assault.
Williams had prior run-ins with the law. He was arrested in March 2016 for speeding, and driving with a suspended license. The following month, he was charged with pointing a deadly weapon with intent after formal felony conviction.
Owasso police are urging anyone with information about Williams or his whereabouts to contact them at (918) 272-2244.