On Sunday, Missoula Police Department Officers responded to a report of a disturbance at the Campus Inn located on East Broadway. One reporting party said they head a male voice state “I would kill you with my bare hands.” Police Public Information Officer Lydia Arnold explains.

“Officers observed the suspect male, 38-year-old William Canafax, pull his hands away from the face and neck area of the victim as officers gained entry into the hotel room,” Arnold said. “Dispatch had advised officers of several calls regarding a male and female disturbance where callers could hear a male yelling threatening statements to a female. Callers also heard loud noises consistent with a physical disturbance. When officers arrived on scene, they too could hear the sounds and statements that were relayed to dispatch.”

The initial responding officer heard a male and female arguing when he arrived outside the room. He heard the female crying and a scream. He could see the male following the female around. He then heard the male state “Shut your mouth!”

The officer then heard what sounded like a body being shoved forcefully against a wall. He noted he could no longer hear the female crying. He opened the curtains and observed the male pull his hands away from the face and neck area of the female. The other officers then entered the room through the door.

“Based on the severity of the incident and the concern for the victim’s safety, officers gained entry into the room,” Arnold said. “During a preliminary investigation, officers observed injuries consistent with strangulation on the victim. Based on the officer’s preliminary investigation, Canafax was arrested for partner or family member assault and strangulation of a partner or family member. The victim was transported to St. Patrick’s Hospital where her medical condition is unknown.”

Court documents indicate the victim said Canafax threw her onto the bed, got on top of her, and used one hand to cover to her nose and mouth. She said he then placed his other hand around her throat and squeezed extremely hard. The victim recalled getting tunnel vision and thought she was going to die. She tried to fight him off by swinging her arms and attempting to hit him, but she said she was unable to overpower him.

The next thing the victim remembers is Canafax pushing her up against a wall, covering her nose and mouth with one hand, and strangling her with the other hand a second time.

Officers observed swelling on the victim’s neck. The victim said it hurt when she swallowed, her throat was sore, and she had an extremely bad headache.

Canafax was transported to the Missoula County Detention Center. He is currently being charged with felony strangulation and partner or family member assault.

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