Nini Johnson believes the attacks on her and her family may be racially motivated.
VANCOUVER, Wash. — Nini Johnson has called her East Vancouver neighborhood home for nearly two decades. She will be the first to tell you she has had no complaints until recently.
“This is happening back to back,” Johnson said. “It’s getting way too serious.”
Johnson, mother of four kids between two and eight, says the week before last someone threw a brick through the windshield of a car parked in the driveway. That would not be a huge deal if not for the brick that was tossed through the front window of the house just one month earlier.
“One of my kids could’ve been hit,” she said. “I just pulled a glass shard out of my kid’s foot the other day.”
Johnson says while the brick through the window and the windshield was scary, nothing compares to what happened in May. Johnson says someone fired a gun at the house. The bullet went right through the garage door.
“My children go out in the garage all the time and they play out there,” she said. “What if anyone could’ve been walking past…