Woman accused in SW Houston club shooting that left bystander injured facing charges, HPD says

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Monday, May 22, 2023
Woman arrested after getting kicked out of club, firing gun, HPD says
A woman who was kicked out of Swagger in southwest Houston and fired shots into the business, injuring a bystander, is facing charges, HPD said.

HOUSTON, Texas (KTRK) -- Charges have been filed against a woman who police say shot up a crowded club in southwest Houston last week after being kicked out.

Houston police said Hadassah Lundy, 37, is charged with aggravated assault with a deadly weapon and assault of a public servant.

On Friday, May 19, Lundy allegedly shot multiple rounds into the air outside the "Swagger" nightclub on Buffalo Speedway around closing time - at about 2 a.m. - when she was put out of the business and denied re-entry.

SEE ORIGINAL REPORT: Bystander shot in chest as woman kicked out of club fires shots into windows, HPD says

Police said the woman returned to the club at closing time after she was forced to leave. She shot two times into the air and six times through the windows, hitting a woman in the chest.

Two rounds of bullets went through the windows of the club, hitting a 44-year-old woman in the chest.

Lundy tried to get away in a vehicle, but officers arrested her a few blocks away after a short foot chase.

The woman who was shot survived, according to police.

Lundy's bond was set at a total of $115,000 for the two charges. She is expected to be back in court in July.