A woman is accused of robbing a man and firing a weapon at him in front of his child in Cobb County. 

Cops: armed robber fired gun in front of child in Cobb

Cobb County police have obtained an arrest warrant for an Atlanta woman accused of robbing a man and firing a gun at him in front his child. 

Officers were dispatched to 911 call of a robbery reported around 8:30 p.m. March 5 at the Westminster Square apartments at 2401 Windy Hill Road in Marietta.  

According to an arrest warrant obtained by Cobb police, Jessica N. Zeno-Barrett and two other women entered an apartment unit and tried to take DVDs and a DVD player from the residence.

The apartment was occupied by young man, his father and a six-year-old boy, the warrant said. The younger adult refused to allow Zeno-Barrett to take the items, and pulled a firearm on the woman.

The warrants note Zeno-Barrett is a relative of the the men, and they “were pleading with the females to calm down and leave.” 

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Cobb cops say Zeno-Barrett removed a gun from her purse, pointed the weapon at the two adults and fired off one round towards them as she left the apartment. 

The warrant states the six-year-old child was inside the room when the incident occurred. He was not injured. One of the women with Zeno-Barrett during the alleged robbery has been identified as Lakeisha Renee Frazier of Atlanta. 

Frazier and Zeno-Barrett are both charged with armed robbery, aggravated assault, home invasion in the first degree and cruelty to children in the third degree. The third woman has not been identified. 

Cobb police spokesperson Sgt. Wayne Delk said the investigation remains active. Zeno-Barrett, he added, has not been booked into the Cobb County Adult Detention Center. Frazier also has not been booked into the Cobb detention center, according to jail records. 

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