"I've never been that scared until now, never," Walls told WMC Action News 5 Investigator Anna Marie Hartman.
Last September, Walls was parked out front of the business talking on the phone with her sister when she noticed a man in her rear view mirror. When he saw Walls starting to close her car door he began running toward the car. That's when Walls found herself looking down the barrel of a gun, about to be carjacked.
"I guess he pulled it out of his back pocket and he had it pointed in my face," said Walls.
She was one of 152 drivers carjacked in Memphis between June of 2013 up until September 15 2014.
That's an average of more than two carjackings a week. We spoke to another victim who did not want to be identified. He was at a red light on Shelby Drive and Riverdale Road when four men held him captive in his own car and beat him while demanding money.
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