HORSESHOE BAY, Texas (KXAN) — The Horseshoe Bay Police Department said two on-duty officers were shot at approximately 2:30 a.m. Friday in Horseshoe Bay.
One officer, identified as Officer Gerry Guadiana, was shot in the face with a shotgun and Officer Andrew Kos took pellet rounds to his ballistic vest, left arm and both hips after responding to a home in the 2200 block of Doe Street.
The Horseshoe Bay Police Department said there was no return fire from the officers.
A third officer was also taken to the hospital after sustaining a severe ankle injury while searching and clearing the residence, according to HBPD.
All three officers were treated at the hospital and released, police said. The officers returned to duty Tuesday.
Police said the officers responded to the home after a 911 caller reported hearing gunshots at the home and a disturbance between two people — a man and a woman.
When they arrived in the area, officers said they could hear yelling inside. According to the release, police identified themselves before telling the two people to come outside.
Soon after, a person shot through the front window of the home with a shotgun, hitting the two officers. A third officer arrived at the home moments later. No shots were fired in return from any of the officers involved.
Claire K. Smith, 40, of Horseshoe Bay, left the house and was detained. Minutes later, Franklin P. Smith, 52, of Horseshoe Bay, also left the house and was detained, police said.
HBPD said Franklin was booked in the Burnet County jail and charged with two counts of aggravated assault on a public servant. His bond was set at a total of $1.5 million for the first-degree felony charges
Officers found a 20-gauge shotgun during a search of the home, police said. Following interviews with investigators, Franklin was arrested and charged with aggravated assault on a public servant on the two officers. He was taken to the Burnet County jail and booked on first-degree felony charges, according to the release.
Claire was taken to the hospital for a medical condition not connected with the incident, police said.
HBPD said it, along with the Texas Rangers, will continue the investigation. Both teams have since been joined by the ATF to determine if any federal firearms violations occurred.