By Patti Weaver


  (Stillwater, Okla.) — A Coyle man accused of holding a gun to his girlfriend’s head in his camper on West Highway 33 has been released from the Payne County Jail on $40,000 bail with an order to have no contact with the woman, who alleged he said he would kill her.
    Due to his criminal record, Brady Lee Foreman, 32, could be given a life prison term plus 10 years if convicted of domestic assault with a dangerous weapon and being a convicted felon in possession of a 9 mm handgun.
    Foreman has been ordered to appear before a Payne County judge on Jan. 10. He had previously been convicted of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon in Denton, Texas, in 2011, court records show.
    When deputies arrived at his residence at 12:26 am on Dec. 12, the woman said, “they had gone to Cushing for dinner and around 10 pm or so, they had returned to her boyfriend’s camper. (She said) “while they were on their way back, they had argued a little bit about cheating and that the argument got more heated once they were back at her boyfriend’s house,” an affidavit alleged.
    She said, “Foreman had thrown her phone and broken it and that she had to take the shop phone so she could call 911. (She said) she had called 911 and stuck the phone in her bra so that he would not know that she was on the phone with us,” Sheriff’s Deputy Daryn Zanfardino alleged in an affidavit.
    She said, “Foreman had pulled a black 9 mm handgun on her and had her by the hair saying that he would kill her. (She said) Foreman was not supposed to have guns, so she was sure that he would say that they were hers; however, they were not, according to her,” the affidavit alleged.
    “Foreman said he protected (his) phone and would not let her get to it. Foreman stated that she then broke her phone because she would rather her phone be broken than for people to find out what was on it. I asked Foreman about firearms on the property, and he stated that there were none,” the deputy alleged in his affidavit.
    “At approximately 1:16 am, Deputy Gray and I went to the Perkins Police Department where I completed a search warrant affidavit and a search warrant,” which was issued by the district judge for nighttime service at about 2:36 am, the deputy wrote in his affidavit.
    During the search, deputies found a 9 mm cartridge on the kitchenette and a 9 mm cartridge on a shelf in the east bedroom, as well as a black Glock 9 mm handgun loaded with 9 mm ammunition in a holster under clothing in the west bedroom, the affidavit alleged.
    After Foreman was taken by another deputy to the Payne County Jail, his girlfriend said, “she was scared whenever Foreman had the gun to her head because she had no idea what he was going to do,” the affidavit alleged.
    A communications officer said that he heard on the 911 call a man say at 12:14 am, “I will beat you to death and I won’t give a f…” the affidavit alleged. The officer said that he heard a woman say at 12:19 am, “You will not take my life, dog or phone,” the affidavit alleged