Edna Lopez thought she was going to be shot when a man with a gun approached the car she, her daughter and grandson were in near Mildreda Avenue and Fulton Street on Tuesday, April 18, 2017. Police believe the encounter was part of Kori Ali Muhammad’s alleged shooting spree through the neighborhood north of downtown that left three men dead. Lopez said she remains shaken and didn’t want her picture taken.
Edna Lopez thought she was going to be shot when a man with a gun approached the car she, her daughter and grandson were in near Mildreda Avenue and Fulton Street on Tuesday, April 18, 2017. Police believe the encounter was part of Kori Ali Muhammad’s alleged shooting spree through the neighborhood north of downtown that left three men dead. Lopez said she remains shaken and didn’t want her picture taken. Fresno Police Department/The Fresno Bee
Edna Lopez thought she was going to be shot when a man with a gun approached the car she, her daughter and grandson were in near Mildreda Avenue and Fulton Street on Tuesday, April 18, 2017. Police believe the encounter was part of Kori Ali Muhammad’s alleged shooting spree through the neighborhood north of downtown that left three men dead. Lopez said she remains shaken and didn’t want her picture taken. Fresno Police Department/The Fresno Bee

Fresno woman saw shooting spree suspect and thought she would be shot: ‘He looked angry’

April 22, 2017 6:32 PM