She said the suspect did this when she refused to answer the door for him. The officer circulated the area but was unable to locate the suspect. About 45 minutes later, the victim called back, saying that the suspect had returned..
The dame day until Jan. 23, the suspect had been sending harassing text messages and Facebook in-box messages to the victim. The victim texted the suspect and told her to cease all communication, but the suspect continued to send messages.
Upon arrival, the complainant claimed the suspect stole multiple cartons of cigarettes over an extended period of time. Post-Miranda, the suspect said that he stole four cartons of cigarettes totaling approximately $280. While being placed into custody, the suspect resisted cuffing and officers’ verbal commands.
Post-Miranda, the suspect admitted to doing this, saying that after opening several loans she was unable to keep up with the payments. The suspect recognized each name that the officer asked her about and admitted to opening several loans in those names.
The suspect allegedly committed a theft of 11 boxes of landscaping/ backsplash bricks estimated at $100 per box and had two more by the door to remove. The 11 boxes were recovered at her residence. Post-Miranda, the suspect said she did not have consent to be at the residence or to remove the property.
Shakina O. Murphy, B/ F, DOB: 9/7/92, of 1527 State St., Shreveport, was arrested by Officer S. Holden on a charge of simple kidnapping. On Dec. 18, officers responded to a domestic dispute at 6207 Tulsa involving the victim and the suspect. The victim reported a physical altercation between the two of them.
The officer responded in reference to a domestic situation. Upon arrival, the victim claimed that the suspect had threatened her and struck her in the head. The suspect said they argued earlier that day. The victim said the suspect grabbed her phone and threw it to the ground, causing it to shatter.
11/18/92, of 247 W,. 80th St., Shreveport, was arrested by Officer C. Glass- Bradley on a charge of theft of goods and on warrants for no driver’s license, failure to yield and red lights. The suspect allegedly concealed a product in her purse. The suspect was seen by employees and detained by the officer.