Police are looking for a man accused of kicking his ex-girlfriend in the face after she’d let him stay on her couch for the night to get out of the cold.
The Comanche County District Court issued a felony arrest warrant Monday for Calvin Ryan Hill, 26, for a count of domestic abuse – prior pattern of physical abuse, records indicate. The crime is punishable by up to 10 years in prison.
The ex-girlfriend told police Hill assaulted her at her home on Jan. 5, Lawton Police Detective Michael Boudreaux stated. She said Hill came by her house because he didn’t have any place to stay and it was getting cold outside, so she let him spend the night on her couch.
The next day, the woman’s roommate was in her bedroom using the phone when Hill came in and said, “Who’s this white guy in your room?” the warrant affidavit states. She said an argument began and Hill ultimately kicked her in the face, causing her nose to bleed, Boudreaux stated. Hill then ran from the house. The woman’s roommate followed him and called 911.
Hill has a July 2022 felony conviction in Comanche County District Court for unauthorized use of a vehicle, as well felony charges filed in May 2023 for first-degree burglary and obstructing an officer, records indicate.
The victim in the latest case sought and received an emergency protective order against Hill in June 2019 but failed to appear to a hearing in July 2019 and the order was denied.
A $25,000 cash warrant bond was issued upon Hill’s arrest.