A family living in fear in Coahoma County

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COAHOMA COUNTY, Miss. -- A family living in fear in the Mississippi Delta after their home is shot up not once, not twice but three times.

"It's two kids in the house, they were on the air mattress and as soon as my niece when to pick my great nephew up there was bullet right under his body," said Yolanda Gober who's mom owns the home.

Bullet hole, after bullet hole, after bullet hole. 50 of them to be exact after this house was at on Ganong Street in Jonestown. Yolanda Gober said her mom owns the home walks us there what happened.

"Someone shot at the house Monday at 3:15 a.m. then they came back at 4 a.m. and shot it up again over 50 something times in one morning then they came back on Tuesday at 4 a.m. and shot it up again.

That's three shootings in 48 hours. Gober said police didn't come until 4:05 in the morning on Monday even though they called after the first shooting at 3:15 a.m.

"They shot up this car up, bullet holes there and there and here the window is gone and it's just sad we haven't got any justice," said Gober. "All we want is answers."

Yolanda told WREG no one feels safe.

"My mom is shaken up, she's scared to come home, I mean everybody is scared to home," said Gober. "I am very angry because if anything happen to these kids or my mom I don't even know how I can live."

Yolanda said her family just wants justice and more officers patrolling the area.

"Only thing we want is a little support from Jonestown and Coahoma County Sheriff Deptartment," said Gober. "They got all the video, picked all the bullets up, they gave my sister a number and every time she calls the number they never answer."



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