Woman’s window shot out on I-225; Aurora police not hopeful about catching suspect

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I-225 in Aurora, Colo.

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AURORA, Colo. -- Photos of her shattered window is all Natacha Adido has left to remind her of trip a home from physical therapy last week.

“It scared me. I got out of traffic pulled off to the side and called 911,” Adido said. “My cousin pointed out that is was as if they were pointing directly at my head.”

Around 7:30 p.m., she was driving home along Interstate 225 and Alameda Avenue when a white SUV pulled up next to her.

“They rolled the window down. I see something stick out of the window and then I heard the pop and they sped off. It shattered my passenger side window. The only thing that was holding my window together was the tint," Adido said.

Aurora police said they don’t believe the hole was from a BB, but Adido said that’s not what they told her that night when she said they discouraged her from writing a report.

“He’s like 'This has been going on with shooting of car windows.' He’s like 'We probably won’t catch them . We haven’t caught anyone else,'” Adido said the officer told her.

It’s the second shooting incident along I-225 recently. A few weeks ago, a woman was driving in the area near Yosemite Street and I-225 when someone shot at her multiple times, sending her to the hospital.

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