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Woman accused of threatening multiple women in Norman in court Tuesday

A woman charged with shooting one of her husband's mistresses in the neck in November is due in court for threatening the life of yet another woman she reportedly accused of having an affair with her partner.
by Andrew Knittle Published: February 14, 2013

— A woman already charged with shooting one of her husband's mistresses in the neck in November waived her right to a jury trial in connection with allegations that she threatened the life of a woman she believed was involved with her significant other.

Virginia Ruth Davis, 47, was arrested in December, accused of threatening to kill the owner of Kule, a clothing and accessory store in Norman. It's not clear whether the business is still in operation.

Weeks earlier she was arrested and charged with assault with a deadly weapon after she apparently shot another woman in the neck in the Old Silk Stocking neighborhood in Norman.

Davis waived her jury trial Tuesday morning and could enter some kind of plea deal during an April 23 court appearance in Cleveland County District Court.

According to an affidavit filed in Davis' latest case, the defendant walked into the clothing store on the morning of Dec. 13 and “made threats of serious bodily harm to the owner of the business,” who is identified in the document as Amanda Sampson.

“I know you have been flirting with my husband,” Davis reportedly said to Sampson, according to the affidavit. “I have already beaten the crap out of one woman, shot another and I am not going to even tell you what I did to the other woman.

“You better stay away from my husband or I'm going to … kill you.”

Court records show that Sampson “positively identified the suspect, stating that she had lived near her for approximately six years.”

Davis' threat against Sampson appears at least somewhat credible.

Prosecutors say Davis shot a woman named Lisa Nardine in the neck Oct. 9. And like the incident involving Sampson just two months later, the defendant's husband appeared to be involved.

A probable cause affidavit filed Nov. 5 by Norman police officer Ronald Collett detailed how Nardine, 40, ended up with a gunshot wound that night.

“The victim parked her pickup in an empty driveway near … the home of her boyfriend and his wife, defendant Virginia Davis,” Collett wrote.

“The victim, believing that her boyfriend was inside with his wife, recruited their friend to go to the door of the home to see if he could obtain some money from her boyfriend so that they could go buy beer and cigarettes.

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by Andrew Knittle
Investigative Reporter
Andrew Knittle has covered state water issues, tribal concerns and major criminal proceedings during his career as an Oklahoma journalist. He has won reporting awards from the state's Associated Press bureau and prides himself on finding a real...
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