“If I could do it again I would have gotten my hands on my gun.”
Woods, a 26-year-old mother of three from a suburban Philadelphia suburb, was shot twice on Jan. 18, 2013, in the parking lot of a Walgreens store in an upscale part of Philadelphia.
“I would’ve died,” Woods told WCAX-TV in a phone interview.
“I would definitely have gotten the gun.”
Woods said she has been told by friends she has a criminal record.
She also said she believes that the shooting was an act of revenge, and that her boyfriend and a friend, who had just started dating, were the ones who fired the shots.
Woodswood said she was walking down the street when she saw a man holding a handgun.
She said the man told her to get down, and she backed away from him.
The gunman got in the car, drove it to a nearby home and fired four shots, hitting Woods, who died at a local hospital, the Philadelphia Inquirer reported.
Woods had been planning to marry her boyfriend, but said she felt the two of them were getting closer.
She and her boyfriend were on a date when the shooting happened.
One of Woods’ sisters said she heard about the shooting from her aunt.
“[My aunt] told me, ‘You need to go to the hospital and find out what happened,'” Woods told the Associated Press.
Her aunt is also a member of a church that is close to her family.
I had a bad feeling and then when I saw the gun in the trunk, I was like, ‘What’s going on?’
“The family said in a statement that they were devastated by the loss of Nomi.
According to court records, Woods is charged with first-degree murder and is being held without bail.
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