(KMOV) -- A woman has been charged after power was knocked out in the Ferguson area during a domestic dispute on March 19.
LaWanda Bostic, 43, was charged with seven felony counts, including first-degree assault, armed criminal action and first-degree property damage.
According to reports, Bostic arrived at the male victim's house around 10:15 p.m. when a female victim showed up. Bostic then drove her car towards the female victim and almost hit her when the male came out of his house in the 200 block of S. Dade Avenue.
Police said Bostic changed direction and drove towards the man, who hid behind a power pole. She then drove right through the power pole, causing it to fall on top of her car.
Police said Bostic got out of her wrecked car and opened fire on the couple.
They were not injured.
Power was knocked out to about 50 homes for several hours as crews worked to clear the scene.