Oklahoma woman arrested after allegedly ramming vehicle several times
OKLAHOMA CITY – An Oklahoma woman was taken into custody after she allegedly rammed a vehicle and threatened the driver.
On Nov. 25, officers were called to a convenience store in the 1900 block of Exchange Ave. after a driver told dispatchers that her car was being repeatedly rammed.
According to the arrest affidavit, officers spotted a vehicle parked against another vehicle and a woman was leaning inside one car.
When the woman turned toward officers, they noticed that the suspect, who was identified as 31-year-old Shyna Stephens, had a tire jack in her hand.
Immediately, she obeyed commands and was taken into custody.
“While I was handcuffing [Stephens,] [Stephens] began telling me that this was not her fault,” the affidavit states.
The report says that Stephens told police that she was watching the store for the owner because it was closed. When the victim arrived, Stephens told officers that she told her to leave several times. When the victim would not leave, Stephens claims she rammed her vehicle three or four times to get her to leave.
According to the arrest affidavit, the victim told police that she was planning to wait for the store to open when Stephens pulled into the parking lot and started yelling at her.
The victim says she was scared, so she was trying to leave but could not move fast enough. At that point, the victim claims that Stephens rammed her car several times and got out of her car with some kind of bar in her hand.
The report states that as the victim was on the phone with 911 dispatchers, Stephens pried open the back window of the car.
Stephens was arrested on a complaint of assault and battery with a deadly weapon.