Aggravated Assault with Deadly Weapon – Family Violence
Copperas Cove Police Dept
   
 
More Today's News:
ߦ   Baytown man on the run after conning company out of 20K for 60 tons of chicken feet, elderly cancer patient out of thousands
ߦ   Charity Executives, Former Arkansas State Senator Indicted for Embezzlement and Public Corruption Scheme
ߦ   Coast Guard searching for missing swimmer near Corpus Christi
ߦ   DPS Distributes Lifesaving Tool, Tactical Training To Troopers to Help Combat Opioid Overdoses
ߦ   Driver Jailed For Having 'License Plate Flipper' On His Car
ߦ   Federal Inmates Guilty of Escape from Beaumont Facility
ߦ   Former Sex Offender Fugitive Gets 60 Years for Multiple Child Pornography Convictions
ߦ   Lewd Conduct Lands Man In Jail
ߦ   LPPD Investigates fatal crash
ߦ   Masseuse Sent to Federal Prison for Heroin Trafficking
ߦ   San Antonio Man Sentenced To 30 Years For Producing Child Porn
ߦ   Senate Passes Bill Requiring Adequate Shelter For Dogs And Banning Use Of Chains
ߦ   Tarrant County sheriff explains cartel strategy to 'overwhelm' border patrol's resources amid crisis
ߦ   Two 'Killing Field' Victims Identified
ߦ   Two Romanian Cybercriminals Convicted of All 21 Counts Relating to Infecting Over 400,000 Victim Computers with Malware and Stealing Millions of Dollars
ߦ   Candlelight Vigil and Champions of Victims' Rights & Services
ߦ   Brownsville Man Heads to Federal Prison for Buying Crack Cocaine
ߦ   Former Donna ISD Police Officer Heads to Prison for Assisting “Rip Crew”
ߦ   31st DA, Hemphill County Attorney letters confirm investigation into Hemphill Sheriff
ߦ   DPS trooper in critical condition after being shot
ߦ   Driver Wanted For Evading Arrest
ߦ   School Officials Held Off Reporting Rape Of Cops' Kids In Locker Room
ߦ   Armed Robber Captured In Clear Lake
ߦ   Beaumont Residents Indicted for Kidnapping, Sex Trafficking Violations
ߦ   Beyond the Badge - Law Enforcement Today

 
Search Archives:
COPPERAS COVE, TEXAS – On March 13, 2019, the Copperas Cove Police Department received a 9-1-1 call reporting a domestic dispute in the 500 block of Primrose Drive.  The reporting party indicated the dispute took place in a travel trailer located in the backyard of the residence.  The victim and suspect, Genna Michelle Ferguson, were in the trailer consuming alcohol when Ferguson told the victim to leave the travel trailer.  The victim did not immediately leave and Ferguson threatened the victim with a firearm.  Ferguson, discharged one shotgun round toward the victim ultimately impacting the roof of the travel trailer before pointing a pistol at the victim.  The victim fled to the residence where they called 9-1-1.   
 
Officers attempted to make contact with Ferguson to have her come outside but she would not leave the travel trailer.  The Copperas Cove Special Weapons and Tactics Team was called to the scene and negotiations ensued.  At approximately 5:00 AM, after approximately three hours of negotiations, Ferguson exited the travel trailer peacefully.  Genna Michelle Ferguson was arrested and charged with aggravated assault with a deadly weapon – family violence.   
 
As a precaution, several area residents were asked to evacuate during this incident.  The Copperas Cove Police Department would like to thank the residents for their continued support and cooperation during the evacuation.   
 
At approximately 1130 AM, Genna Michelle Ferguson was arraigned on the aforementioned charge by Justice of the Peace John Guinn.  Bond was set at $25,000.  Ferguson currently awaits transfer to the Coryell County Jail.
Post a comment
Name/Nickname:
(required)
Email Address: (must be a valid address)
(will not be published or shared)
Comments: (plain text only)
Printer Friendly Format  Printer Friendly Format    Send to a Friend  Send to a Friend    RSS Feed  RSS Feed
© 1999-2019 The Police News. All rights reserved.