‘My b*tch bangs’: Texas Woman Filmed Herself Shooting at Random Houses, Arrested After Going Viral

(Image: Bexar County Jail)

According to Bexar County Sheriff Javier Salazar, a woman was arrested after a video emerged of her firing a firearm numerous times into the air, striking a stop sign and potentially a house near the area.

Earlier in the week, a family called the Bexar County Sheriff’s Department to report that a gunshot had entered their child’s room but had not injured the child.

Soon after BCSO started investigating the call, they discovered a video in which a woman, now identified as Genesis Rodriguez, was captured shooting a firearm numerous times outside the window of a speeding vehicle, according to BCSO.

Rodriguez was detained and charged with a class A misdemeanor, a violation of a protective order, and deadly conduct with a firearm, a third-degree felony, according to Sheriff Salazar.

Rodriguez is not permitted to possess a firearm because she is subject to a protective order.

The BCSO has a Chrysler 300 with proof of a shooting that occurred and is connected to this case.

The BCSO is currently carrying out a warrant at a house on the east side.

Sheriff Javier Salazar believes there are multiple suspects who were out drinking all night before driving around the neighborhood and starting shooting. He also stated that he anticipates more arrests to be made.

Rodriguez is expected to appear in court for a hearing on October 11, according to online court papers. Her bail was set at $35,000.



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