A local mother left with shattered windows... Tattered carpets... and bullet-sprayed walls, weeks after her son triggered a SWAT standoff. Remnants of this horrific incident, remain -- in the place she calls home. Carol Davis says she's having to stay with a friend, because the condition of her home is UN-LIVABLE. It's been like that for more than 2-weeks, when she called police about her son Gary Schiwart, after he threatened to shoot her. When help arrived ... It sparked a standoff between her son.. and the SWAT team. Police say Schiwart fired at the officers, who then fired back, and shot him in the head. Schiwart survived and remains behind bars. But tonight, Channel 4's Ashley Harding spoke to his mother who describes what life has been like since the shooting... She joins us live from the mother's home on Herlong Road... on the Westside. Ashley? 3 3 Carol Davis tells me she wasn't at the home when the actual SWAT callout was going on.Even though the home has not been condemned by the city, you can see it's all boarded up. The windows and the front door from where they were shot out. Davis says there's still residue from tear gas inside the home. She says she's reached out for help, but has no idea where to go or what to do. 3 00-0529-341:03-1:101:27- 1:31"this is the only place we have left to stay. This is my home I don't know where else to go."TRACK Carol Davis' front door and windows are destroyed. Her walls are covered with bullet holes. And tear gas residue is still on the floor. This is what she's left with after police say her son 45-year old Gary Schiwart got into a shootout with the SWAT team earlier this month. Davis says her home's condition makes staying there impossible."I don't have any family. The only family I have is my son. i'm having to stay with one friend to anothers' house. I have two dogs, who at the present time, they are in a kennel. I can't afford to keep them there anymore."TRACK Davis says she doesn't have insurance. It's hard for her to get around the home because of a broken leg. And what's worse, she says she can't afford the repairs.She says she's reached out to the city for help, only to hit a brick wall."nobody will help me.They say I don't meet their criteria, so I've not been able to get any help at all." "carol Davis also tells me a lot of her personal items, including clothing and canned goods, are right here in this PODS storage unit at the house. They had to be taken out because of the tear gas and they still need to be cleaned."12:00--12:03 "the property is less of an issue that the safety of other people."TRACK We spoke with Gregory DiFranza, a retired JSO officer, who says when a home is damaged in a situation like this, there's nothing law enforcement can do. 14:05--14:17 "it's the suspect that drives these events.Even though they like to think they're in charge, we have to take control. They're the ones that make it worse. They're the ones that make it longer. They're the ones that make it more deadly."TRACK For now, Davis says she doesn't know where she'll end up or how her home will be repaired. She's not asking for money. She hopes sharing her story will make people aware."I think people out here in Jacksonville or wherever, need to know what happens in circumstances like these. Maybe a lot of people don't know that." 3 Again, Carol Davis says she does not have insurance and for now, she's still staying with friends. As for her son, Gary Schiwart, he's been charged with attempted murder and aggravated assault. We're live, AH, Ch 4, TLS. Ashley, going back to that night when this standoff happened ... did Carol Davis describe what was going through her head during all of it? did she fear for her life?