Deputies searching for 54-year-old Deborah Winslette, pointed shotgun at police
HOUSTON COUNTY, Georgia (41NBC/WMGT) -Houston County Sheriff’s Office is asking for the public’s help with searching for a woman who pointed a shotgun at deputies while they attempted serving her warrants.
Police are looking for 54-year-old Deborah Winslette. She is 5’2, 125 lbs with brown hair and hazel eyes.
According to arrest records, Winslette has a history of being arrested. Deputies attempted serving her four warrants at her Warner Robins home, Thursday afternoon.
The warrants are for aggravated assault, terroristic threats, battery, and theft.
Police say after Thursday’s incident, she had four more warrants. Two counts for obstruction on law enforcement and two counts of terroristic threats on law enforcement. Which, police say, are felonies.
If you see Winslette, call the Houston County Sheriff’s Office or Crime Stoppers at 1-877-68-CRIME.
Houston County Sheriff’s Office is searching for a woman who pointed a shot-gun at police. Resulting in a lengthy stand-off.
The incident happened around 1:00 p.m. Deputies arrived at a home in Warner Robins at the intersection of Glenwood Avenue and Sylvia Street to serve a warrant for aggravated assault.
Police say when they arrived, the woman pulled out a shot-gun and aimed it at deputies. From the time they called for backup and the other deputies arrival, she escaped out the back of the home.
“We have recovered two weapons from the residence and we believe one of the weapons was one of the weapons used when they went in the house,” Lieutenant Kent Bankston with the Houston County Sheriff’s Office said.
He says no injuries were reported.
She is still on the run, so if anyone knows her whereabouts can contact Houston County Sheriff’s Office or Crime Stoppers.
Police have not released her name, description or mug shot. Bankston believes she has a history of arrests.