DETROIT (WXYZ) - What happened Saturday morning turned Jamie Johnson’s world upside down.
7 Action News normally does not name victims in rape cases, but Johnson wanted her story told. She is afraid to live in her own neighborhood and is now moving out.
Johnson was just shoveling snow from her drive way when a man approached her, ordered her to give him the only $7.00 she had, and forced her into her car at gun point.
He drove the mother of four children to an empty parking lot where he sexually violated her.
“All I can do is scream,” said Johnson. “It was a pain that I’ve never felt in my life. It was just horrible.”
After the horrific encounter, he dropped Johnson off in her neighborhood and abandoned her car a few blocks away.
Johnson called police, took a rape test, and gave officers a description of her attacker.
“I’m thankful that I’m alive and my kids were not harmed,” said Johnson. “I don’t feel safe in my own home."
She is hoping the man who did this to her is brought to justice soon.
Police are still working on a composite sketch of her attacker. So far, no arrests have been made.
Anyone with any information is asked to call Detroit police sex crimes.
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