A Longview woman was arrested after attacking her grandparents at a Beckville residence, the Panola County Sheriff’s Office said.
Krystal Mesha Adams, 29, was arrested Monday for two counts of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon and injury to a child/elderly/disabled. She was also arrested pursuant to a local warrant concerning a child under four not being secured by a seatbelt.
Chief Deputy John Depresca said they received a 911 call at about 5 p.m. Monday about a disturbance at a residence in Beckville.
When the deputies arrived, they were told that the resident’s grandchild had gotten into an argument with them, DePresca said. Adams, the granddaughter, got a hold of a shotgun and started arguing with her grandparents, and during the argument, a struggle ensued for the gun and they wrestled to the floor, trying to get the gun away from Adams, DePresca said.
When deputies arrived, Adams then barricaded herself into a bedroom, DePresca said. The deputies talked her out of the bedroom, and she was arrested and brought to the jail. The grandparents were treated at the scene by EMS and then transported by private vehicle to the hospital, DePresca said.
DePresca said the injuries to Adams’ grandparents were not life threatening and consisted of cuts and bruises.