HOUSTON, Texas (KTRK) – When Genesse Moreno entered the Lakewood Church on Sunday afternoon and opened fire, she had already left a trail of police encounters, court records and social media posts that she said should have raised “red flags.”

Moreno, 36, was first arrested on a misdemeanor charge in 2005. For the next 19 years, she had semi-regular contact with authorities. The charges ranged from forgery to assault and robbery. Her last arrest before the church shooting was in 2022, by the Katy Police Department. Court records show officers found two guns in her car during a traffic stop. She served two days in prison and authorities destroyed the weapons.

Still, ABC13 confirmed they could legally obtain at least one gun by December 2023.

While his criminal charges came and went, on the civil side, records would show that Moreno has a long history of dealing with mental illness. Moreno's husband painted a troubling picture in divorce records obtained by ABC13 in Harris and Montgomery counties.

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Enrique Carranza wrote that he and Moreno met in 2015 when they both worked at the Spaghetti Warehouse in downtown Houston. He noted that she became “abusive” soon after they got married.

Carranza, in court records, referred to his wife as Jeffrey.

“Jeffrey is a diagnosed schizophrenic, so daily there was a new battle or fight in his kingdom,” the documents say.

Carranza claims that Moreno also had lupus, but stopped taking her medication and became pregnant. He claims that she continued to use other drugs, however, and that her son was born prematurely with drugs in his system.

“I currently fear that my wife will harm my son because she knows that all I have wanted my entire life is to be a father and I will not allow hate to be taught to my son,” Carranza wrote.

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Divorce documents show that Moreno also accused Carranza of abuse.

ABC13 also learned that Carranza's mother, a rabbi, submitted several statements as an intervenor in the couple's divorce. The documents focused on Moreno's extensive mental health history and the involvement of state child welfare officials. A statement said Connie Eicher, a friend of Carranza's mother, was prepared to testify about Moreno's alleged conduct. Eicher told ABC13 that Carranza, Moreno and their 7-year-old son stayed with her for a brief period in 2019, a few months before the divorce.

Authorities told ABC13 that one of Moreno's guns had “Palestine” written on it and that they found “anti-Semitic writing.” Eicher told ABC13 that he believes Carranza's Jewish heritage contributed to the alleged anti-Semitism.

In a Facebook post on Monday, Moreno's ex-mother-in-law wrote: “Although my ex-daughter-in-law raged against Israel and Jews yesterday in a pro-Palestine speech, this has nothing to do with Judaism or Islam. Anything! But this is what happens when reckless and irresponsible reporting allows people with serious mental illnesses an excuse for violence.”

Carranza, a registered sex offender, first gained custody of the couple's son in Harris County. However, he lost custody when the divorce was finalized in Montgomery County in 2022. He is currently incarcerated in Florida for failing to register as a sex offender.

Moreno is accused of bringing the couple's 7-year-old son to Sunday's attack. Houston police told ABC13 he is in critical condition. His grandmother said he was shot in the head.

On Facebook, she wrote: “No one can blame a police officer who fulfills his legitimate duty to save lives, even if he is found responsible for shooting my grandson. The blame lies with Montgomery County and Harris County Child Protective Services refusing to take custody of a woman with a known mental illness who was not being treated and the State of Texas for not having strong flag laws red that would have prevented (Moreno ) from owning or possessing a weapon.”

Another aspect of Moreno's life that investigators are looking into includes his extensive social media posts. Moreno presented herself as a real estate investor, although ABC13 was unable to locate records of her as a real estate broker or real estate license holder.

In the Instagram posts, Moreno at one point included a photo of a gun and asked in the caption if anyone knew how to “clean an AR-15.”

“The system failed (Moreno), and the system failed the boy as well,” Eicher said. “The bottom line is that anyone who has psychiatric problems and threatens other people should not be allowed to carry (guns).”

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