A Henderson woman is arrested and charged with attempted murder in Bowling Green.
The Warren County Sheriff's Office says on Tuesday around 5:30 p.m., deputies responded to a shots fired call at 419 Walnut Creek Drive in Bowling Green.
A man at the scene, 31-year-old Michael Hobbs, told deputies that 42-year-old Twilight Pusgulian, of Henderson, had been stalking him on a continual basis.
He said Pusgulian had pulled a handgun and fired a shot at him, which struck his truck. Hobbs said was able to wrestle the gun away from Pusgulian, but she then pulled out a knife.
Hobbs was able to call 911 and Pusgulian fled the area on foot.
Deputies found Pusgulian hiding around some nearby apartments.
Authorities say the gun used by Pusgulian had what appeared to be a homemade suppressor on it.
Pusgulian was arrested at the scene, but she then attempted to escape from a deputy's cruiser. After deputies got her back under control, she was taken to the Warren County Regional Jail.
The investigation is on-going.
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