OKC man arrested, accused of threatening to blow up woman’s home
A 53-year-old Oklahoma City man was arrested Thursday after police said he threatened to blow up a woman’s home after she refused to send him sexually graphic photos.
About 11:35 p.m. Wednesday, police received a call from a woman about a man threatening her. An officer spoke to the woman who said she had previously met Kenneth Lamonte Lee, also known as Kim Lee, at a Walgreens in northwest Oklahoma City, according to a police report.
The woman told investigators her car was broken down outside the store and Lee approached her. She said they exchanged telephone numbers and Lee gave her $20. On Wednesday, Lee texted the woman and asked her to send nude photos, but she declined.
She said Lee became angry and sent several threatening text messages, including one saying he was going to blow up her building and that she should “make sure the children weren’t there” and “the police couldn’t do anything.” He also demanded his $20 back, according to the report.
About 4:15 p.m. Thursday, police met with Lee at a home in the 800 block of NE 28. He was arrested after being questioned and booked into the Oklahoma County jail.
He is being held in the jail in lieu of $15,000 bail on complaints of threatening to perform an act of violence, making a bomb threat or conveying information known to be false and driving under the influence stemming from a previous incident.
Lee has previously served prison time in Oklahoma on number of convictions, including sexual battery, forcible sodomy and crimes against nature/sodomy, Oklahoma Department of Corrections records show.