Georgetown Police Arrest Two People Following Domestic Incident
Georgetown Police say they have arrested a man and woman from Georgetown on felony charges following a domestic incident that led to an assault the discharging of a firearm.
Law enforcement officials say the incident occurred Monday when they were dispatched to Acorn Acres on Charles Way in Georgetown for a domestic complaint. Detectives learned that a verbal argument had taken place between a male and female family member. The female then struck the male’s face. The male attempted to force the female to sit on the couch, but she grabbed a glass cup and struck his face. The male sustained a laceration. The female then exited the residence, while the male was retrieving a gun. He exited the residence and discharged the firearm into the air. Police say the male then left the scene in a vehicle. Detectives later recovered a firearm on scene.
31-year-old Sheena Hopkins of Georgetown was arrested and charged with second degree assault, possession of a deadly weapon during the commission of a felony and offensive touching. Hopkins was arraigned and released on 15,000 dollars unsecured bond.
30-year-old Tramar Hopkins of Georgetown was arrested for first degree reckless endangerment and possession of a firearm during the commission of a felony. He was arraigned and committed to Sussex Correctional Institution in lieu of 15,000 dollars secured bond.