Larry Wayne Robinson, 63, of Muskogee is charged in Muskogee County District Court with felony assault and battery on a police officer, as well as two misdemeanors: violation of a protective order and resisting an officer in an incident that happened yesterday, according to court records.
Robinson is alleged to have violated a May protective order on Dec. 4 by contacting Harold Thomas. Thomas called police, who sent Officer James Moore to Robinson’s house, where the officer stated he had trouble explaining the allegation to Robinson over the latter’s objections.
“I attempted to place Robinson into custody for the protective order violation,” Moore stated. “Robinson pulled away from me and would not put his hands behind his back. Robinson was grabbing and squeezing my genitals and was also pulling my duty belt.”
Moore further stated that he punched Robinson and tased him before he was able to subdue him and put him into custody. After a trip to the hospital to make sure he could be jailed, Robinson was placed into the Muskogee County Jail.