Catoosa OK March 19 2017 Catoosa Police Department officials responded to a domestic violence call at the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Sunday that landed a Tulsa man in a local jail.
Demetri Kungilies, 20, was charged with domestic violence resulting in bodily injury, possession of a firearm, malicious injury or destruction of property, resisting arrest, obstructing an officer and threatening/planning serious bodily harm or death.
Police officials stated in a CPD probable cause affidavit that hotel security went to the room where Kungilies and a female were staying after a domestic disturbance complaint was made.
Security made entry into the room and separated him and the alleged female victim. Security notified Pafford EMS to look at the woman due to her injuries, the affidavit stated, and took her to a “viewing room” to be questioned.
Once security learned a firearm might have been used in the assault, Kungilies was patted down but no weapon was found, according to the affidavit.
Security seized a white bag Kungilies had in his possession and found a firearm with two fully loaded magazines but no round loaded in the chamber, the affidavit stated.
Officials said Kungilies refused multiple times to give his name to officials and responded with expletives.
Kungilies reportedly became combative multiple times while he was apprehended and was placed in leg irons. The report also stated Kungilies tried to escape multiple times and had to be carried to the patrol vehicle where he refused to place his feet into the vehicle.
Kungilies allegedly made a threat to the arresting officer that if he could get out of the handcuffs, he would kill him.
According to the affidavit, the female victim told officials she and Kungilies had an argument, followed by him hitting her and throwing her into the bathtub.
The alleged victim also stated he had pulled a gun out on her approximately five times during the altercation.
Pafford EMS transported the alleged victim to an area hospital with a possible broken jaw.
Kungilies is being held in the Amos G. Ward Detention Facility on a $95,000 bond.