What began as a call for help resulted in felony charges for three Fulton County residents following an incident earlier this month.
According to series of affidavits from the Fulton County Sheriff’s Department, on Nov. 12, authorities were called to a residence for a report of a female shooting off a pistol while in the face of another female.
When authorities arrived on scene, they spoke with 46-year-old Jonathan Brewer and 47-year-old Tara Agers who stated most of the firearms had been removed from the house and placed in a camper to keep them safe from the third individual, 37-year-old Amanda Husley who was acting in an erratic manner.
Brewer and Agers had also locked themselves inside a camper trailer in order to prevent Husley from causing injury.
Husley had allegedly fired a gun at the front door of the camper and was screaming “where are my kids”. After shooting the firearm, Husely retreated to a nearby residence and locked herself inside.
Shortly after, the homeowner arrived and allowed authorities entrance to the home. Husley was taken into custody and the firearm she had used was located and confiscated.
When asked, Brewer and Agers then showed authorities where the firearms were confined and confirmed they guns were still present in the camper.
Due to the two being witnesses to the altercation, authorities asked for identification and after running them through the ACIC/NCIC, showed both had felony convictions in another state.
The firearms were seized and placed into evidence.
Both Agers and Brewer were charged with 13 felony counts of possession of firearms by certain persons.
Once at the jail, Husley gained additional charges after smearing urine and feces on the walls prior to being placed in a holding cell. Husley was charged with felony aggravated assault and misdemeanor impairing the operations of a vital public facility- violent behavior or substantial disruption.