A woman was caught on surveillance video pulling a gun out of her underwear and opening fire at a Detroit gas station.
The young woman was with friends at the Mobil station when another car, a Pontiac Grand Prix, pulled up, according to Click on Detroit.
When the parties began exchanging words, the woman grabbed a gun from a Dodge Charger and hid it on her person as she approached the other vehicle.
Even as she was restrained by her friends, the woman pulled her gun from under her clothing and shot the driver of the other car several times.
As the Grand Prix moved forward, one of the men at the scene was struck by the vehicle.
Someone in the Grand Prix was able to grab the gun away from the woman, according to Click on Detroit.
Those in the Grand Prix then drove off and took the wounded pal to the hospital. They returned to the scene to hand in the attacker’s gun to the police, according to the station.
The surveillance video, part of the city’s “Project Green Light Detroit” partnership with local gas stations, led cops to the woman.
A total of three people involved in the incident, including the shooter, were taken into custody. The identity of the woman was not released.
“Someone knew her, and there were people already positioning themselves in the community that wanted to reach out and touch us as soon as they saw her picture,” Detroit Police Chief James Craig told Click on Detroit.
The gunshot victim suffered non-life-threatening injuries, according to the station.