A Glynn County woman was robbed at gunpoint at her home while unloading groceries in the middle of the day.
“I was scared for my life. I’m still scared,” said Kailey Oldenburg, the victim.
Oldenburg said she’s a different person since someone pointed a gun at her inside her Glynn County home.
“I’m pretty much terrified to go anywhere by myself,” she said.
Over the weekend, Oldenburg said she had just gotten home from the store and was unloading groceries around 2 p.m. when she was approached by two armed men.
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“The next thing I know the other guy comes up from behind me, grabs me like in a bear hug,” Oldenburg said.
Oldenburg said they forced her inside.
“The one guy had me, was pretty much dragging me, pulling me, like, everywhere that other guy went. He was telling me if I screamed or if I moved the wrong way that he was going to shoot me, and then he pulled the gun up to my head,” she said.
Police said the men got away with guns and electronics. But they said, Nigil Butler, 19, was arrested hours later that same day. And late Wednesday afternoon, officers said the second suspect, Jeremiah Shaw, 20, turned himself in.
Oldenburg is glad they’ve been caught, but said life won’t be the same.
“It’s, like, pretty much changed me forever and I feel like it will take a while for me to get back to the point where I am able to go to places by myself,” she said.
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