A mother is facing a grand jury investigation after she shot a home intruder who was breaking into her 8-year-old daughter’s room.

Aleah Wallace said she was in her home when the teen intruder, identified as Devin Baker, 14, broke into her house. Wallace, a mother of four, allegedly shot the 14-year-old as he tried to get in through the window in her daughter’s room.

“I was cleaning my living room sweeping my floor, and I heard my window start going back up. Wallace recalled. “So I went, and I stood in the hallway. And I could see him standing at the window, lifting it up. I just shot.”

Wallace said she got the gun to protect her children. She also revealed that her home had been broken into multiple times prior to the shooting incident.

According to Fox 4 News, the incident happened just a few moments after the police left Wallace’s home. The police officers were responding to a 911 call about someone trying to break into the family’s home.

“I called them at 1:22 a.m. She talked for like 20 minutes. They did a report, took pictures of everything and then they left,” Wallace revealed.

The 14-year-old later died from his injuries and Wallace now says it bothers her that he was just a child. She, however, added that she did what she did to protect her daughters.

“I have four daughters. It’s just me and my four daughters that stay there. I just was protecting my daughters,” she said. “I’m devastated that he was 14. I hate that. I literally do. And I’m so sorry. But at that point, I had to think about my babies. I didn’t know he was 14 when he was on the other side of that window. All I knew was that somebody could come in and hurt me or my kids. That’s it.”

Wallace is not only facing a grand jury investigation, she has also been served an eviction notice after apartment management informed her that her possession of a gun violated their policy. The mother of three now has 30 days to move out of her home.

“The apartments called and told me that I was not supposed to have a gun at all, even though I kept calling them and telling them somebody was breaking in. They told me I could not have a gun, and I have 30 days to vacate,” she said. “I feel like I’m back at square one. I was there for six years, and now I don’t know what to do.”