How would you like to wake up to find your car vandalized, with bullet holes in it?
That is what happened to some Corpus Christi residents Friday morning. They thought it was just another day as they went to their car to go to work, but they were in for a rotten surprise.
Some residents said they have had their houses egged before. One even said a brick was thrown through the window of her car; but bullets? That's a first.
One of those residents, 22-year old Audrey Molina, lives on the 6000 block of Opengate. She awoke this morning and was about to go to work when she noticed a bullet hole through the driver's-side window of her Mustang.
The fix going to cost an estimated $200-$300, which she will more than likely have to pay for out of pocket. Fortunately, nothing was stolen from her car, but still, she's upset about the damage; and understandably.
"At first I thought it was just my car, so I kind of freaked out, because I was like, why would somebody shoot something at my car, or you know want to hit my car?" Molina said. "But once I found out it happened all down the block, I mean it's just some stupid guy or stupid people you know. Who knows what they were doing?"
The window-tinting on Molina's vehicle held her window together, which she said she was thankful for since a complete break would have given the one's responsible access to the inside of her vehicle.
There were several other vehicles vandalized in and around the area, including vehicles on Royalton Drive, near St. Andrews Park.
Police have yet to make any arrests.
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