By: Patti Weaver

(Stillwater, Okla.) — A Cushing woman, who pleaded guilty this week to shoplifting at the Cushing Walmart from which she had been forbidden and attacking two asset protection female employees, has been ordered to serve 90 days in jail as a condition of a five-year deferred sentence, court records show.

Jamie Lynn Segura, 28, who has also been known by the surname of Jackson, was ordered by Associate District Judge Stephen Kistler to have a substance abuse evaluation, perform any recommended follow-up treatment, undergo random drug tests, and pay a $500 fine.

Cushing Police Officer Sara Reynolds had been sent to the Cushing Walmart at 5:01 pm on June 29 on a report of shoplifting and assault, her affidavit said.

An employee “informed me Segura had changed her shirt, dumped the bag she was carrying in the ditch, and got a ride from an individual in a silver Ford Raptor,” while hitchhiking, the officer wrote in her affidavit.

When one of the Walmart employees had tried to recover merchandise from Segura, “She immediately tried fleeing and started swinging an Ipad at me…She struck my left hand with the Ipad and I let go,” she wrote in a statement for police in the affidavit.

After another Walmart employee tried to recover the merchandise, Segura began swinging at her and struck her in the face with the Ipad,” the affidavit said.

Segura “ran out of her shoes, traveling south through the lot and then west towards town. She was wearing a pin and blue striped shirt but switched it to black, then switched it back. Her purse was blue and white.

“The items she selected were shampoo and conditioner with pump tops, cosmetics including red nail polish, a black crate, a tea, reading glasses. She also selected items in electronics,” the affidavit said.

One employee wrote that she recovered the Ipad after it was dropped and called police, the affidavit said.

“I looked at the Ipad that had a broken screen, but you could still see what was on it showing her Facebook page with her name Jamie Lynn Jackson on it, with her pictures on it,” the employee wrote in a police report.

“She was already trespassed under the name of Jamie Lynn Segura, a.k.a. Jackson,” the affidavit said.