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Tallahassee Woman Afraid in Her Own Home After Shooting

Tallahassee Woman Afraid in Her Own Home After Shooting
Posted at 5:14 PM, Feb 17, 2015
and last updated 2015-02-19 04:43:43-05

TALLAHASSEE, FLA. (WTXL) -  A Tallahassee woman is afraid for her life after she says someone fired shots into her living room while her and her child were asleep.

The woman, who lives on Nekoma Lane, described the night someone fired a gun into her home, "I just hear gunshots, I hear my window crashing, and I hit the floor and I go check on my child in the next room."

The woman says she called police in hysterics hoping they would help her. Nobody was injured in this shooting but police responded to the call to investigate.

However, after the initial call, the woman claims police took 4 days to contact her for a follow up. "Just because a person didn't get shot, that doesn't mean that you don't do everything in your power that day in those 24 hours to resolve the situation," said the woman.

When we talked to Tallahassee police, they say they have tried to get in touch with her several times. According to the woman, they only tried to call her Tuesday, and she said she refused to talk to them because they took to long on her case. 

Despite this, police say they will still investigate the shooting. So far no arrests have been made.