An ongoing fight between young girls may have led a protective older sister to assault a 13-year-old girl, according to an Oklahoma City police report.
Police were called to the 1400 block of N.W. 32nd Street on April 30. Shayden Diaz, 18, told police two girls who were constantly trying to fight her younger sister were standing in her yard. She said she yelled at them, telling them to leave her property.
The girls, ages 12 and 13, told police they were riding their bikes down the street when Diaz began running after them. The victims said she yelled, "Y'all [expletives] wanna play? I'm gonna get you [expletives]." The victims claimed Diaz chased them, holding a taser in one hand, and a small, black gun in the other.
The 13-year-old victim said as she tried to pedal away she ran into a parked pickup truck and fell off her bike. Witnesses said they saw Diaz run up to the girl, hit her in the face and tase her in the ribs.
The victim and her friend said Diaz also pointed a gun at the girl. Witnesses told police although they saw the girls standing in Diaz's driveway, and saw her chase the girls and tase one, they never saw Diaz holding a gun.
Police arrested Diaz and booked her into the Oklahoma County jail for assault with a dangerous weapon, and assault and battery.