INDIANAPOLIS — An Indianapolis woman is accused of firing shots at an IndyGo bus and pointing a gun at Indy Metro Police Officers.
Raeonna Ross, 29, faces multiple felony charges.
Court papers say Ross was standing in the middle of the road near 10th Street and Keystone Ave. on Dec. 10 when an IndyGo bus approached.
The driver told police she stopped the bus, thinking Ross wanted to get on. Instead, Ross pointed a gun at the bus’s windshield at it came near her, according to court documents. The driver said Ross moved to the side of the bus and fired four shots at the glass door.
IMPD officers who were called to the scene said Ross pointed a gun at them.
Court papers say Ross resisted arrest and a stun gun was used. Once in police custody, Ross was taken to the hospital.
Ross faces eight felony charges for criminal recklessness, pointing a firearm, and resisting law enforcement. She also faces a misdemeanor charge of criminal mischief, according to WISH-TV.
Ross appeared in court Tuesday and is set to return in March for a pretrial conference.