Tulsa Man Allegedly Beat Pregnant Girlfriend To Death, Killing Unborn Baby

Alyssa Fielding reportedly had a protective order against boyfriend Colby Wilson at the time of her death.

By Dorian Geiger

An Oklahoma man is accused of beating his pregnant girlfriend to death, also killing her unborn child. 

Earlier this week, police responded to reports of a suicidal person at a home about 13 miles southeast of downtown Tulsa. Instead, authorities said they found Alyssa Fielding, unresponsive, braindead—and six months pregnant, according to an arrest affidavit obtained by Oxygen.com. Fielding was due on July 17 of this year.

The expecting mother also suffered “fractures to her face, collapsed lungs, and multiple cuts,” the report also states.

Police arrested Fielding’s boyfriend, Colby Wilson, whose mother was reportedly attempting CPR on Fielding when authorities arrived. Police told KJRH that the couple had been fighting shortly before her death. Authorities said he was covered in blood and had “a fresh cut on his knuckles, as well as other visible injuries to his knuckles.”

Colby Wilson

Wilson faces two counts of first-degree murder, assault with intent to kill and possession of a firearm, according to court documents. Wilson also reportedly has a history of violence—he was convicted in 2017 for domestic abuse in Tulsa County, according to police. And at the time of her death, Fielding had a protective order against Wilson, according to court documents obtained by local Tulsa television station KJRH-TV

“The pregnant girl, Alyssa Fielding, was in my granddaughter's Girl Scout troop,” wrote Facebook user Charlotte Painter-Bell. “This really hits home. Terrible.”

Fielding was previously employed at Hillcrest Health System, spokesperson Rachel Weaver Smith told Oxygen.com.

Neither the Tulsa County Sheriff’s Office nor the Tulsa County District Attorney responded to Oxygen.com’s requests for comment. 

Wilson is being held without bond. His next court appearance is April 24.

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