Jazzmyne Hester was leaving a convenience store Saturday around 6 p.m. and didn’t realize someone was following her home.
Hester was talking to her friends and didn’t notice the gunman until he approached her from behind at the front door of her apartment complex.
“The dude had the gun to one of my friends’ head and was like, ‘Give me the hoverboard. Give me the hoverboard.’ And my friend threw it at him and pushed him out of the way and closed the door, and he was like shooting,” Hester said.
The bullet went through the door and hit Hester in the lower back.