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Naked Lawton man breaks into home, assaults residents, and then flees the scene

LAWTON, OK (KSWO)- Lawton Police received an interesting call about an assault and a man running towards Lee Boulevard naked on April 9th.

The nude man, identified as Charles Killsfirst, allegedly kicked open the front door of a residence on SW Monroe Avenue. According to witnesses, Killsfirst entered the property and began assaulting the victim. The victim claims he was struck multiple times in the face and then Killsfirst began choking him from behind. Another family member in the backroom heard the commotion and was able to push Killsfirst off of the victim. Killsfirst was nude during the entire incident.

When LPD arrived on scene Killsfirst fled northbound. Police took Killsfirst into custody near 7th St and Summit.

Killsfirst was booked into Lawton City Jail for 1st-Degree Burglary, Assault and Battery, Indecent Exposure and Failure to Appear on a previous Misdemeanor County Warrant for Domestic Abuse-Assault and Battery.

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