JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- In four days there were two acts of violence at one home in the 1500 block of 24th Street, according to Jacksonville Sheriff's Office police reports.
On July 6, the victim was at home when two men kicked down the back door of her home demanding money, according to the report. The suspects threatened to duct tape her and shoot her if she did not give them money.
The victim did not have money and the suspects then allegedly demanded an ATM card, which they would take her to an ATM machine.
According to the report, JSO officers B.K. Kremler and Gifford arrived during the attempted robbery. The victim exited the residence with the two suspects following her, and one pushed her to the ground.
The suspects ran through the backyard and jumped a fence before police lost them. The victim couldn't describe the suspects because allegedly the men would hit her in the face when she would look up.
On July 10 JSO was dispatched to the same residence but in reference to a shooting, according to another JSO police report.
The victim initially said she was laying in bed when shots were fired through her window. According to the report, the evidence didn't support the story. The victim then changed her story and the report said she thought a friend was climbing in the window. The windows have burglar bars on them and the story did not line up again.
The victim changed the story for the third time. According to the report, the victim said she was standing in the hallway when two man shot four times through the window. JSO found a single bullet hole in the hallway and a projectile on the floor.
No suspects are in custody at this time.
Anyone with information about either case should contact the Jacksonville Sheriff's Office at 904-630-0500.
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