ORLAND, Calif. - The woman who was shot on Thursday in Orland, California has been released from the hospital, according to police officers. They said they are still searching for a suspect.
The shooting occurred at approximately 9:30 in the morning at East Mill Street and Woodward Avenue.
Action News Now reporter Jafet Serrato spoke with neighbors. Several said they did were not home at the time of the drive-by shooting, and only saw law enforcement at the scene.
Another neighbor, Bonnie Hawkson, said she was not happy about the situation, but said, "Things happen." She said she does not feel that she is in any danger now.
Police said witnesses told them they saw a red sedan pass by at the time of the shooting. Orland Police Sgt. Johnson said on Sunday that the woman who had been shot was in the red sedan.
The woman who was shot told police she did not know the suspect who shot her while she was inside of the car. Police described her as a transient.
The search for a suspect continued all weekend, but so far no one has been identified.