Pictured: ‘Stalker’ attempting to kidnap his former colleague and shoot her husband after leaving candy and food outside her door during a month-long campaign of harassment
- Justin Arthur-Ray Davis had been waiting outside the woman’s house in Tulsa
- Police say he tried to grab her while she was out for a walk with her husband on the way to work
- The unarmed couple fled into the apartment when Davis fired the lock and hit the husband
- Department has received reports of stalking, but it is unclear whether action has been taken
A suspected stalker was arrested on Good Friday for attempting to kidnap his former colleague after a month-long harassment campaign – and shot her husband through their front door during the kidnapping attempt.
Justin Arthur-Ray Davis, whose booking photo shows him with cuts on his forehead and a bandage on his nose, was waiting outside the woman’s home in Tulsa, Oklahoma, on April 2, when he showed up as she was leaving for work, police say .
Davis jumped from his truck with a shotgun and ran to the woman, who was accompanied by her husband, prompting the unarmed couple to flee back to their apartment, Tulsa police said.
The suspect shot through the lock, slapped the woman’s husband on the hand, stormed the property, grabbed his victim and forcibly bundled her down the stairs, it is said.
Justin Arthur-Ray Davis, whose booking photo shows him with cuts on his forehead and a bandage on his nose, was waiting outside the woman’s home in Tulsa, Oklahoma, on April 2, when he showed up as she was leaving for work.
The man ran to help her, to which Davis threatened to kill him if he didn’t let him take his wife in the truck, a police statement continued.
He then fired two warning shots into the air.
At this point, agents arrived after 911 calls from neighbors and Davis ran back to his truck without the victim and sped away from the gated apartment complex.
Davis led police on a high-speed chase, but crashed while attempting to take an exit on I-44 and was arrested.
The suspect had chased his victim for a month after he resigned for an unknown reason.
During the harassment campaign – which the woman reported to the police – he sat outside her marital home, leaving candy and food.
Dailymail.com has asked Tulsa police why Davis quit his job, how old he is, and why he developed an obsession with women.
The police station has also been asked if it has taken any action following previous reports that Davis had stalked the victim.
Davis jumped out of his truck with a shotgun and ran to the woman, who was accompanied by her husband, prompting the unarmed couple to flee back to their apartment in a gated complex (photo)
A police statement said, “Davis took the E. 21st Street exit, lost control of his vehicles, and scrapped.
Davis was taken to hospital for a crack to the head and then booked into Tulsa County Jail. Officers recovered the rifle and ammunition.
“This is an arrest, not a conviction.”
It is not yet known what allegations Davis will face.