Alleged stalker who left candy outside woman’s home arrested after shooting her husband, attempting to kidnap her

Tulsa, Oklahoma –A man has been arrested after police say he stalked his ex-colleague for over a month, shot her husband and attempting to kidnap her.

On Good Friday, Tulsa police responded to a call at 5000 S. Toledo Ave for a man trying to kidnap a woman. The suspect, identified as Justin Arthur-Ray Davis, was an ex co-worker to the victim.

Police say Davis had been stalking the victim for over a month after he resigned at their mutual work place. She has made reports of Davis sitting outside her apartment and leaving candy and food on her door step.

That morning, when she was leaving for work and her husband was walking her to her vehicle, they spotted Davis sitting in his truck. Davis exited the truck with a shot gun and ran after the couple.

The couple retreated to their apartment where Davis shot through the door hitting the husband in the hand. Davis went into the apartment and grabbed the victim dragging her down the stairs, “assaulting her along the way,” police said.

Neighbors woke up to the chaos, called 911 and watched Davis choke and punch the victim. The husband then came back down stairs to save her and Davis points the shot gun at him saying he will kill him if she doesn’t get in the truck.

Davis then fires two shots into the air.

Officers arrived and Davis takes off leading officers on a pursuit down I-44. Davis took the E. 21st street exit, looses control of his vehicles and wrecks out.

Davis was transported to the hospital for lacerations to his head then booked into Tulsa County. Officers recovered the gun and ammo.

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Author: T. Grant Benson

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