"She kept grabbing me and kept trying to get my keys and I refused to give her my keys, and then finally she tripped me and knocked me over," the victim said.
Police said someone inside the Burger King saw the commotion in the parking lot and went outside to help.
That's when Shockley got up and took off across the street to a 7-Eleven, police said. The manager of the Burger King followed Shockley.
“She is the one who deserves the medal of honor here, believe me,” the victim said. "She told me later that she ran across the street after the lady and tackled her and held her there until the police got there."
The victim said she was not injured, not even a scratch.
Shockley was arrested and is in jail on $28,000 bond.