He is currently being held in Erie on a $500,000 bond for attempted homicide. He is also expected to face additional charges out of Ohio.
Shakir went missing around 10:30 a.m. on Monday. Oakwood Village officers received a 911 call from a neighbor who said the house she was in was on fire. When the fire was put out, Shakir was nowhere to be found.
According to authorities, Shakir was recovering from injuries from an assault by her ex-boyfriend Kyle Johnson from last week. She suffered two black eyes and a fractured eye socket, according to Oakwood Village Police Sgt. Kenneth Willner.
Johnson had a warrant out for felonious assault and Shakir had a temporary protection order against him.
Police from several different communities along with the FBI and the US Marshals took part in the search. Police said they got several tips early Tuesday morning about the car Johnson was driving. "We had him narrowed down in the area. He was apprehended within a mile," said Oakwood Village Police Chief Mark Garratt.
"We're going to be home waiting with balloons, flowers, food and love," said a Shakir's cousin.
A neighbor told police she saw Johnson go in to the home Monday morning and later, speed away.
Shakir's relative, Kimberly Barnett, said Shakir was staying at her mother's home because she was badly hurt and afraid.