LAUDERHILL (CBSMiami) – The Lauderhill Police Department is reporting that the woman wanted for shooting the manager of a Metro by T-Mobile store she was fired from has turned herself in.
Surveillance footage documented the chilling moments officials say Rachel Boisette, 27, attempted to commit first-degree murder.
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The incident happened on a Lauderhill subway by T-Mobile in the 5500 block of W Oakland Park Blvd.
News of the shooting worries those working nearby.
“I’m shocked. I’m shocked, yes, because it’s not good for anyone,” Gean Elie said.
According to Lauderhill PD, Boisette was working on site but was fired. Police documents show she blamed her former manager and accused him of ruining her life. On Friday, she reportedly took that blame to the next level, returning to her old job and shooting him.
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In surveillance footage, you can see her pointing the gun and this unnamed manager running for her life. According to police, a bullet passed through his arm and into his chest.
There was even a trail of blood from the cash register leading to the bathroom where he eventually hid.
He is hospitalized in stable condition, police said.
And while no one else was hurt, those who frequent the area have serious concerns.
“If you were passing by, anyone could have been shot,” Elie added.
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After the shooting, Boisette fled the scene, but has since surrendered. She was charged with attempted homicide with a firearm.