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Stalker Kidnapped Ex-Coworker and Shot Her Husband

A man allegedly stalked a woman he previously worked with for over a month before reportedly shooting her husband and taking her hostage.

Justin Arthur-Ray Davis lives in Tulsa, Oklahoma, and recently left his place of employment.

Davis reportedly kept contacting one of his female coworkers for more than a month after severing ties with the company.

The woman reportedly felt as if he was stalking her, as he left packages containing food on her porch. She also alleged Davis would hang out in front of her residence.

On April 2, Davis was reportedly sitting in his vehicle outside the married woman’s apartment around the time she leaves for work.

When her husband escorted her to her car, Davis reportedly rushed towards them with a shotgun in hand.

Before he was able to reach them, the pair made it back inside, but Davis allegedly fired the shotgun at the closed door.

The bullet traveled through the door and hit the woman’s husband’s hand before Davis allegedly let himself into the dwelling.

He reportedly grabbed the woman and began to hit her, and when her husband attempted to intervene Davis allegedly threatened to kill him.

Davis reportedly forced the woman out of the apartment and continued assaulting her before ordering her to get into his truck.

One of the people residing in the apartment complex reportedly saw the incident and notified the authorities.

Officers quickly arrived at the address, and Davis reportedly sped off in his vehicle.

Davis reportedly drove on the highway at approximately 100 MPH for a short distance with the police trailing behind.

The man attempted to exit onto the city streets, and he crashed his vehicle putting an end to the chase.

After being treated at a local hospital for head injuries, Davis was taken into custody.

He is expected to face charges for suspicion of first-degree burglary, kidnapping, assault and battery with a deadly weapon, eluding, pointing a weapon with deadly intent, and stalking.

Davis was booked into the county jail in lieu of a $300,000 bond.

If you or someone you love is suspected of a criminal offense, contact Orange County criminal defense lawyer Staycie R. Sena at (949) 477-8088 for a consultation now.

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