HIGH POINT, N.C. -- Neighbors made several calls to police about the early Thursday morning shooting in High Point.
Some said it scared them out of their sleep. Others say they heard over a dozen gunshots.
Officers arrived at Newgate Garden Apartment complex just before 2:30 a.m.
That's when they found a man suffering from gunshot wounds. The victim was rushed to a local hospital.
Then, officers began to mark the bullet holes outside and inside of an apartment.
"Here we go again," said concerned mom Bre Jackson, who lives across the hall from where the shooting happened.
That's the first thought that ran across her mind. The second thought was getting her kids to safety.
"Jumped up, grabbed the kids and got on the floor," Jackson said.
That includes her new born baby Egypt. Jackson says her 1-month-old should not be put in this kind of danger.
"There's one, two, three bullet holes right there at my house," Jackson said.
One of them went through outside wall and hit her living room wall.
However, it's nothing new for the family. Jackson said her apartment was hit two other times in the last year.
The first shooting could've injured her two boys.
"It went right through my kitchen and into the wall where my kids' beds are," Jackson said.
Now, she's had enough and is looking for somewhere else that's safe to call home.
"It's not fair that we have to live like this," she said.
Police say no arrest have been made and the investigation is still ongoing.
Anyone with any information about the shooting can call Crimestoppers at (336) 889-4000.