Deputies say a protractor was the weapon of choice in a stabbing incident earlier this week.
According to Rogers County Sheriff's Office, 24-year old Kaleb Duncan, Inola, has been arrested on felony allegations of domestic assault and battery with a dangerous weapon.
On Feb. 2 a deputy was dispatched to a residence on 610 road in Inola for a stabbing.
"As I neared the house, I observed the suspect vehicle turning back into the residence. I initiated a felony traffic stop on the vehicle," said Deputy Andy Fullerton. "I ordered the suspect to stick both hands out of the window, and exit the vehicle. I held the suspect at gunpoint on his stomach outside of the vehicle until Deputy Woods and Brown arrived and assisted in handcuffing the suspect."
Deputies said they then began to process the scene and learned Duncan "had stabbed his father after getting into an argument with him….Deputies learned he had used a protractor as his weapon of choice."
The Rogers County District Attorney's Office has not yet filed charges in this case.