Sapulpa man assaulted by sister in his own home

A woman with no prior criminal history is now facing domestic abuse charges for attacking her brother over a week ago.

Blazier booking photo.

On August 3rd, 2019, around 9:37 P.M., Officer Kyle Masters was dispatched to South Oklahoma Street in reference to a domestic assault.

Upon arrival, Masters made contact with the victim, who stated he had just gotten home and went inside to use the bathroom after being gone most of the day.

The victim stated he and the defendant, Tracy Blazier, had been in an argument earlier in the day, and that he had left the residence in an attempt to let the situation de-escalate.

According to the affidavit, the victim said the Blazier began pounding on the bathroom door, asking him what he was doing.

Upon exiting the bathroom, The victim said the defendant ran at him, grabbed him by the throat and began slapping him in the face. At this point, the victim stated he was able to get away and call 911. Masters observed some scratches and bleeding to the left side of the victim’s neck which he stated were from the assault.

When asked what happened, the defendant stated she “pushed” the victim during the altercation.

A check into the criminal history for Blazier showed no prior history. Blazier was booked into jail under first-offense domestic abuse charges.

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