Little Rock suspect allegedly holds women at gunpoint, claims they stole his 'tickets'

The 25-year-old victim told police that she was with her friend when an unknown suspect pulled a handgun on them and claimed they stole his tickets. (KATV Photo)

A Little Rock woman says a man who appeared to be intoxicated held her at gunpoint after claiming she stole "tickets" from him, according to a police report.

Little Rock police took the report Monday on Baseline Road from a 25-year-old victim who told authorities the incident occurred Saturday at an apartment on Nandina Circle.

The victim said she and a friend were walking down the stairs from an apartment when an unknown black male, who appeared to be inebriated, stopped to yell at them for "stealing his tickets." The woman said she didn't know anything about the tickets and attempted to pass the man when he reportedly pulled out a handgun.

That's when the victim said she asked how much the tickets were and handed over $25 when he said he had two tickets that cost $10 each. When she asked if they could leave, the suspect reportedly said they could but told them not come back.

The woman told authorities she explained the incident to the property manager over the weekend but was told she would need a police report.

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