I believe so. MS. Okay. And then what happened? Then it just went from there. He, I guess, he according to everyone else they said that. MS. Okay, go on. He told them to get out of the street. I'm not sure if that's what happened because I couldn't hear it. MS. Let me be clear, if I ask you a question that you don't know the answer to, that's fine, let me know, let us know that, right? Everyone has a little piece of this, nobody is going to make or break the case in one fell swoop, right? Everyone has to say what they know. If you know something, great. If you don't know, that's fine too, as long as it's the truth, okay? Yes, ma'am. MS. Okay. You see Mike and his friend walking down the street and then you see the police officer coming in the same direction as they're going? Yes, ma'am. MS. Okay. So what is the next thing? I know that you heard, tell me what happened, what is the next thing you either see or hear yourself? I seen them actually at the police car. I think he was inside. I'm not sure if he was inside or if he was outside it, all I know is that I just went in the house to grab my phone. MS. Okay. Before you went in the house to grab the phone, was there any sort of interaction with the police officer and Mike and his friend or you didn't even see that? I didn't see that part because I wasn't thinking that it wasn't going to escalate that far. MS. All right. So you went inside to get your phone. I think what you told the FBI agents in , you went to get your phone separate and apart from anything that was going on. You just happen to want your phone at that time? Yes. MS. So when you're sitting on your porch, you see Mike and his friend and you see, when you run in, do you actually see the police officer there or he showed up afterwards? No, he was there already. MS. Okay. And he stopped his car? No, ma'am. MS. When you went to get your phone, the police officer had yet to even stop his car?