HENDERSON, Ky. (8/28/13) – On Tuesday, August 27th, 2013 at 5:39 PM, Warren County Sheriff’s Deputies responded to disturbance with shots fired at 419 Walnut Creek Drive in Bowling Green.
The victim, Michael Hobbs, reported to the Sheriff’s Office that Twilight Pusgulian, who had reportedly been stalking him on a continual basis, confronted him with a handgun. Hobbs stated that Pusgulian fired a shot at him which struck his truck. Hobbs was able to wrestle the firearm away from Pusgulian, who then wielded a knife. Hobbs was able to call 911 and Pusgulian fled the scene on foot. Deputies arriving on the scene started setting up a perimeter.
Deputies located Pusgulian hiding in the area of some nearby apartments. The firearm used in the disturbance had what appeared to be a homemade suppressor on it. Pusgulian was placed under arrest on the scene. Pusgulian then attempted to escape from the deputy’s cruiser. After she was secured, Pusgulian was then transported to the Warren County Regional Jail.
The investigation is ongoing.
At this time, Pusgulian’s charges include Attempted Murder, Stalking First Degree, Criminal Mischief Third Degree, Escape Third Degree, and Possession of a Handgun By a Convicted Felon.
Information provided by Stephen Harmon (Warren County Sheriff’s Office)
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