By Patti Weaver


  (Stillwater, Okla.)  — An ex-convict from Tulsa, who has a criminal record of domestic violence and drug use, has been accused of pointing a loaded gun at a Stillwater woman on their first date after they had communicated on Facebook for a couple of months.
    Kenneth Ray Walker Jr., 46, was ordered jailed on $20,000 bail pending a Jan. 3 court appearance on charges of pointing a loaded Sig Sauer pistol at the woman he met on Facebook and making threatening statements, being a felon in possession of a firearm, and having the drug Alprazolam.
    Walker was arrested by Stillwater Police Lt. Jeremy Rager at 11:48 pm on Dec. 7 outside a trailer where the woman fled after becoming “very worried due to Kenneth’s odd demeanor and conversation,” his affidavit alleged.
    The woman said, “tonight was the first night they had actually met, and Kenneth drove to Stillwater from Tulsa so the two could go out on a date,” the affidavit alleged.
    She said “Kenneth (who she only knew as Generald Afflatus) immediately was acting odd and trying to get her to come back to Tulsa with him.
    “Kenneth asked her to drive because he could not see well at night, so she drove Kenneth’s vehicle. (She) told me Kenneth would look into the back floorboard and talk to someone that was not there,” the officer alleged in his affidavit.
    The woman “said he was telling her things like sometimes people have to do bad things, but not everyone is a bad person. According to (her) Kenneth was saying that although not everyone is bad, they have to do the work they are asked to do, and that blood was only good if it was bright red and still warm,” the affidavit alleged.
    The woman “was so scared of Kenneth that she told him she had family that were police officers and she even told him that she wanted to be a federal police officer. She said Kenneth produced a handgun, pointed it at her and he told her he thinks all police officers should die.
    “She said he pointed the handgun at her head and said ‘pow’ and made a motion like the handgun recoiling. (She) then told me she informed Kenneth she did not like being around him, and she made up a story that her brother lived at the trailer,” the officer alleged in his affidavit.
    She said she ran to the front door and told a woman who answered it, “Kenneth had just pointed a gun at her,” the affidavit alleged.
    After the woman let her in and locked the door, “Kenneth began banging on the door and exterior walls of the trailer screaming vulgarities and making verbal threats to kill her and her children. She said Kenneth was saying he was going to make sure he and his boys found her and her family and torture them until he felt satisfied,” the affidavit alleged.
    She “said at this time, she and (the trailer occupant) and her small children all ran into a restroom, locked the door and called police,” the affidavit alleged.