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Wednesday, October 10, 2018, 9:07 AM

Virgil Glen Seay

Virgil Glen Seay, 51, is charged in Muskogee County District Court with first-degree robbery, assault and battery with a dangerous weapon and maiming after an altercation in which his brother allegedly ended up with a shattered left eye socket and a gash across his forehead, according to court documents.

On Oct. 3., Muskogee County deputies were called to 3110 Burbank in reference to a domestic dispute. They found Randy Seay next door to the residence, “bleeding profusely from the head and face area,” according to an affidavit filed with the case.

Randy Seay told police his brother, Glen, assaulted him, pulled down his pants and stole $200 from his pocket. The next day, while being interviewed at Saint Francis Hospital in Tulsa, Randy Seay told police Glen hit him with a 2x2 wooden board around three feet in length.

Police report Randy sustained a large cut on his forehead around four inches in length and that his left eye socket was shattered, both injuries possibly resulting in permanent disfigurement.

Virgil Seay has previously been convicted of domestic assault and battery by strangulation, for which he received seven years in prison; assault and battery with intent to kill, kidnapping, and possession of firearms after former conviction of a felony, for which he received 10 years in prison; domestic assault and battery, for which he received a year in prison; cruelty to animals for which he received five years in prison; and omitting to provide for a minor child, for which he received four years in prison.

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