Man with outstanding warrants arrested after assault

Police make arrest of a man who beat a woman and held for against her will for several hours. He surrendered to police, after he threatened his life or to get officers to kill him.

A man arrested on several warrants after he assaulted a woman and threatened to harm himself or others, police said.

Officers responded to a assault call, about 1:13 am, early Sunday, at a North East Fifth Ave. home where they found a woman who had severe head injuries, swelling and bruising, and other injuries of an assault.

According to the release, the victim was at a business with a Glenn Dale McClure, 51, whom she was dating. The couple began to argue and repeatedly assaulted her and held her against her will in the business that McClure also lived at.

The victim told officers that the assault continued for several hours until she finally escaped to a relatives home. She was later taken to a local hospital for her injuries police said.

Officers found several outstanding warrants on McClure for felony assault, municipal court warrant from an other assault case and a parole revocation warrant.

In the early morning hours, officers went to the business to arrest McClure, they found he was holding a knife to his chest.

According to police, he threatened to hurt himself, or officer or to force officers to shoot him.

Officers were able to calm McClure until he surrendered, police said. Officers arrested and book him into Potter County Detention Center. A previous outstanding warrant of assault with bodily injury in May of 2013 was of the same victim.

According to Texas Department of Safety criminal records, McClure has had several encounters with the law.

In Randall Co. McClure has two driving while intoxicated, where he served 9 months in Texas Department of Criminal Justice Institutional Division and costs.

In Potter Co. McClure had three driving while intoxicated, third offense or more, and in 2005 one assault causing bodily injury-family violence, enhanced.