SHERMAN, Texas (KTEN) — Sherman police are investigating a drive-by shooting incident early Tuesday morning at a home on Patricia Drive.

Christa Mundine said she was awakened by the sound of what sounded like fireworks inside the residence shortly before 3 a.m. 

She got out of bed and soon after heard yet another round of shots.

Mundine, 51, grabbed her nine-year-old son and they huddled on the floor to try to stay out of the line of fire.

She told KTEN she's just thankful to walk away unhurt after her home was riddled with bullet holes from the outside patio screen to her bedroom door.

"They've picked up over... I don't know, 20 casings out here while they were standing out here shooting," Mundine said.  "There were casings on the patio. There's bullets all in my room, just all over my room."

A Sherman police investigator photographs the Patricia Drive home where shots were fired on August 22, 2023.

She said Sherman police showed up quickly and were able to calm her down. Mundine also said a neighbor told her she saw a truck drive down the street a couple of times before the gunfire.

Police are searching for the person or persons who are responsible.

"We are devastated, exhausted, scared, uncertain... you know, what to do next? We don't even want to stay in the home," said Mundine, who has lived in the house on Patricia Lane for her entire life. "What were y'all messing with us for?"

The incident in Sherman comes just one day after another drive-by shooting in Denison. One woman was killed and three men were wounded.