A woman, visibly scared and attempting to drop a protective order, drew the attention of courthouse staff.

This is according to Rogers County District Court records that show felony charges have been filed against Sergio Olivas, 42.

On May 24, Rogers County Sheriff's Office responded to an Owasso address, in Rogers County, on a report of domestic violence. Deputies were advised that a door-to-door sales person had made contact with the alleged victim in the case, an elderly female, and that the woman told the sales person she needed to go to the hospital because she had been beaten up by Olivas.

Records show that the woman sustained a broken arm that required surgery.

The alleged victim reported to deputies that "Olivas had thrown her to the ground and began kicking and hitting her…and that he had fled the residence after the incident and returned to Colorado where he works."

Deputies learned the elderly woman had been "laying behind a couch in the fetal position while Olivas kicked and hit her."

She obtained a protective order the following day.

On May 30, however, deputies learned that the woman as at the courthouse attempting to drop the protective order and that Olivas was with her.

"She appeared visibly scared, drawing the attention of courthouse staff," records show.

Deputies were able to arrest Olivas shortly thereafter on a warrant for the assault charges.

During later interviews, deputies were told that the alleged victim had been instructed by Olivas to tell police she had fallen on her own, causing her own injuries so that the report would be dropped.

Felony charges of intimidation of a witness were filed against Olivas Thursday. Bond was set at $305,000.