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A 31-year-old woman faces 10 charges of aggravated assault and one count of reckless endangerment after she reportedly fired shots at a residence when two women and eight children were standing outside, according to a Chattanooga police report.
Ebony D. Williams was arrested Thursday has a $102,000 bond stemming from the May 29 incident when a a home at 2312 Union Ave. was shot up. According to the report, Williams and two other women, fired three shots at the residence.
No one was injured. The children outside ranged in ages from seven to 18.
"Each parent advised that they are in fear of ... their children being killed by the suspects," the report states.
Sanmequial Smith, 35, also told police her home was shot up the night before.
Police found one spent casing and a shredded bullet. They searched for teal green Ford Expedition and dark blue Ford Explorer from which the women fired the shots.
Williams is scheduled to appear before Hamilton County General Sessions Court Judge David Bales Aug. 30.
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