A Baton Rouge woman was arrested for attempted murder after she allegedly fired a gun several times at a man she has a restraining order against.
According to the probable cause report, the Baton Rouge Police Department was called to investigate on Monday, Feb. 24. The victim told the investigating officer that Yalonda Dailey fired a gun at him several times.
"[Dailey] exited her residence to confront a male, whom she has a restraining order against," the officer noted. "The male was inside a vehicle driven by his brother and not provoking the defendant in any way. The male's brother was working at an address nearby."
Witnesses say Dailey fired several shots in the direction of the victim and his brother.
"[Dailey] yelled to him to 'get the [expletive] back,'" the officer noted. '[Dailey] fired the initial shot from her property, then left her property to fire several more shots at the male whom she had the restraining order against as he fled. That male never set foot on [her] property or made any threats to her in fleeing."
Dailey was arrested and charged with illegal discharge of a firearm, aggravated assault with a firearm, and attempted second-degree murder. She was booked into the East Baton Rouge Parish Prison. She was released on Tuesday, Feb. 25 after posting a $25,000 bond.