If Shakieria Anquanette Shan Long screams she wants to have sex, you better watch out.
A man identified by police as a witness told investigators that he, Long, the victim and others were “barbecuing and drinking.” The witness said he got a bit intoxicated and lay down on a couch in the 1400 block of Avenue J.That’s a conclusion one could draw following Long’s arrest Aug. 12 in Fort Pierce after the apparent object of her amorous outburst got stabbed in the neck, according to a recently released Fort Pierce police report.
He said that after a few minutes, the victim came in with Long, 22, following.
“The suspect (Long) was screaming that she wanted the victim to have sex with her,” the report states. “The victim told her no and to go back where she had been all day and have sex.”
Long eventually went in the victim’s room. Not long after that, she called for the witness, saying she stabbed the victim and that he was “leaking,” or bleeding.
The witness held a towel to the victim’s neck, and Long said she was sorry.
The witness and victim walked toward the witness’ home. Long ran after them and began punching the victim in the face.
The victim told police he didn’t want to have sex with Long because she’d been imbibing. He didn’t want to pursue charges.
He said she stabbed him in the neck, but that she didn’t mean to.
Long, of the 800 block of North 20th Street in Fort Pierce, was arrested on a felony battery charge.