Crime

May 13, 2014

Conway woman charged with attempted murder after stolen cellphone incident

A Conway woman was charged with attempted murder after a 19-year-old woman reported being choked until she blacked out during an argument about a stolen cellphone, according to a police report.

A Conway woman was charged with attempted murder after a 19-year-old woman reported being choked until she blacked out during an argument about a stolen cellphone, according to a police report.

Antia Jasmine Isom, 23, of Conway was booked into J. Reuben Long Detention Center on the charge at 7:08 p.m. Wednesday and released at 6:45 p.m. Friday on $10,000 bail, according to jail records.

The teen told Conway police that she tracked her stolen cellphone to 1303 Grainger Road and she went to visit a friend to talk about the incident, according to the report. The victim said she was sitting in her vehicle when Isom came out, gave her phone back to her and yelled at her to call the police to tell them she had the phone back so she wouldn’t get in trouble.

The victim said she questioned Isom about the phone being erased and a man came out and yelled that she had stolen money from him and the victim was lucky he didn’t kill her, according to the report. The victim said Isom then yelled at her, reached into the vehicle and choked her.

The victim said she blacked out and waited in the vehicle until she felt comfortable to drive, but several women came up and tried to get into her vehicle because the man told the women he would give them $100 to beat up the victim, according to the report. The victim said she was able to get away and called police. The victim was treated at Conway Medical Center.

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