A woman who was fired from her job at a Metro by T-Mobile in Lauderhill, Florida now faces attempted murder charges. She shot her former manager of the T-Mobile store, leaving him with injuries. The police have addressed the issue with a statement of her surrender to the authorities.

27-year-old Rachel Boisette reportedly had started creating a disturbance at the T-Mobile store where she had been working. Since around 1 p.m. on Friday, Oct. 8, the woman had been going to the store to create some ruckus. Following the continued disturbance by the woman she got into an altercation with the store employees.

Around 7 p.m. the woman returned to the store to confront her former boss for firing her. When the manager tried to ignore the incessant woman, it appeared to enrage her more. She accused the manager of ruining her life by firing her, NBC Miami reported.

When she failed to get any satisfactory response from her former manager, she opened fire. Miami Herald reported that several 911 calls were made from the store when the shooting began.

The victim, who has not been named, tried to flee from the gun-wielding woman. She chased him through the back office and into the store’s bathroom. She tried to shoot the victim through the door. However, the firearm appeared to have malfunctioned. Boisette decided to abscond from the scene of the crime.

After the woman left, the victim exited the bathroom. CCTV footage that covered the entire ordeal also covered the victim walking back out bleeding profusely.

A unit of the Lauderhill Police was investigating a hit-and-run case near the scene of the shooting. They received the call about an active shooter. Shortly after they got the call, they were approached by the victim who told them that he has sustained multiple gunshot wounds.

He was transported to Broward Health Medical Center where he received medical attention. It was revealed that he had sustained non-fatal gunshot wounds to his arm and chest. He told investigators that he had been working with the accused for two years. He also told them that he knew her outside of work as well.

The police did not have to search for the accused of too long. On Sunday, Oct. 11 Boisette surrendered at around midnight. She had been charged and is currently being held in police custody without bond.

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