The man who police said was shot by his victim during a robbery attempt in a downtown Louisville parking garage last month is out of the hospital and in jail.
John Ganobick faces charges of robbery, wanton endangerment and assault in the case.
Louisville Metro Police said the woman noticed Ganobick following her in the Fourth Street Live food court around 6:15 p.m. on Jan. 26 and he followed her to the parking garage at Fifth and Liberty streets.
The woman said he got into the garage elevator with her, which made her feel uneasy.
The woman told police when the elevator reached her floor, she began to run to her car, but Ganobick chased her.
As she tried to get into her car, Ganobick slammed her head into an unknown object, told her to “give me all your (expletive removed) money,” and showed her a knife, the arrest report said.
The woman told police Ganobick was thrusting his knee toward her torso and trying to push her into the passenger seat of the car.
She pulled out her gun, but it did not fire and Ganobick punched her in the face and pushed the knife toward her head, police said.
The woman fired again and Ganobick was shot.
He was taken to University Hospital to be treated for his injuries.