"There’s always police and ambulances over there all the time, at least for the last year and a half," Reed said.
His wife, Cheryl, who was in the bedroom when the shooting happened, is afraid to answer the door now.
"I'm ready to sell this house," she said.
Reed laughed as he talked about having to patch bullet holes and replace the refrigerator. The Reeds are thankful no one was injured, and that their son and grandchildren weren't home at the time.
"My grandkids were coming over to see me," Cheryl Reed said. "I'm so glad they didn't come."
The suspect faces multiple felony charges and awaits arraignment in 86th District Court.