Suspect kidnapped woman from New Orleans bus stop, shot her multiple times, police say 03/20/2020 9:09 am PDT Comments WGNO / New Orleans Police via WGNO: NEW ORLEANS (WGNO) -- The NOPD has made an arrest in the case of a February attempted murder of a woman in New Orleans East. The NOPD Violent Offender Warrant Squad arrested 29-year-old Randolph Pembrook on March 6. According to investigators, Pembrook forcefully took a woman from a bus stop on February 20, drove to an isolated area of Michoud Boulevard and shot her multiple times. Detectives obtained a warrant for Pembrook's arrest for attempted first-degree murder, second-degree kidnapping, attempted armed robbery, possession of a firearm by a convicted felon and simple criminal damage to property. MORE: NOPD Arrests Suspect in Seventh District Attempted Murder - New Orleans Police Department NOPD arrests man for the kidnapping and attempted murder of a woman in New Orleans East - WGNO #AttemptedMurder #AttemptedRobbery #CriminalDamage #Kidnapping #Louisiana #Murder #NewOrleans #Possession #WGNO Related Stories Burglars hit home of officer arrested for trying to kidnap 12-year-old girl Man charged with murder 7 years after woman found behind church Man arrested for kidnap, assault of woman held captive for weeks Man, daughter accused in kidnap, rape, robbery of Vegas woman Man charged with kidnap, rape after meeting women on Craigslist Man gets life for kidnap, attempted murder of woman with restraining order Waiting for your permission to load facebook comments.