A Sand Springs man was jailed after he was accused by his wife of leaving her bloodied and bruised during an argument over the weekend.
Garry Wayne Hill, 58, was booked into the Tulsa Jail on a single domestic assault and battery by strangulation complaint, jail records show.
According to an arrest report filed by the Tulsa County Sheriff's Office, deputies were called to a home in the 1100 block of Valley Drive about 12:43 p.m. Saturday to investigate a domestic incident.
Hill's wife told authorities she and her husband got into an argument about money and that he allegedly began hitting and choking her, the report said.
The report states that Hill then placed his foot on her neck and removed her teeth.
Hill later drove the woman to her parents' home, where she contacted authorities.
Deputies detailed in the report that the woman "had red marks and bruising around her neck consistent of someone who was choked by another person."
Further examination revealed she featured red marks on her arms, a bloody scratch on her right wrist and blood inside her mouth, said the report.
Hill was taken into custody at 4:25 p.m. from a home in the 14500 block of West Gomez Drive.
He was released Sunday after posting $10,000 bond. ___