The guy would supposedly leave food and candy onto his former colleague doorstep.
A man was detained after devoting his former female colleague for more than a month, shooting her husband and trying to kidnap her away from her home.
The incident happened on Friday, April 2, at Tulsa, Oklahoma, once the unnamed goal of this kidnapping was leaving for work in the afternoon because her husband escorted her into her car when they watched the defendant, Justin Arthur-Ray Davis, sitting in his truck near, according to a statement by the Tulsa Police Department (TPD).
"Davis was occupying the victim for more than a month later he cried in their mutual work area," TPD explained. "She's made reports of Davis sitting out her flat and leaving candies and meals on her door step"
"Davis shot through the doorway hitting against the husband at the flip side," authorities said. "Davis [then] moved to the apartment and grabbed the victim yanking her down the staircase, attacking her across the way"
Police state that neighbors awakened to the noises of this episode and watched Davis"choke and punch the sufferer," directing them to call 911.
"The husband then came down stairs to rescue her Davis [pointed] that the shotgun at him stating that he will kill him if she does not get in the vehicle," TPD explained. The defendant then allegedly fired two shots in the shotgun to the atmosphere.
Davis took off as police started to arrive on scene that resulted in a brief police chase on I-44. But as soon as the defendant tried to shoot an off-ramp, he crashed his car because he lost control of it.
It hasn't yet been revealed what fees Davis will face for his participation in this event.