Olgin did not survive, but Chapa was found still breathing early the next morning and was rushed to the hospital. She eventually was able to communicate with police and helped them sketch a photo of the man responsible.
Chapa updated her Facebook status this weekend, reflecting on her recovery and life without Olgin.
“Today marks 3 months since my accident. I’ve learned life is so fragile and cherish the people you have in your life love them don’t take things for granted and buy pepper spray! they deserve it!” Chapa wrote, according to NBC News.
She also posted lyrics to the Kenny Chesney song “Who You’d Be Today,” a song about a person who died too young.
“I still need time but I am happy,” Chapa wrote. “I’m moving on.”
Moving on also includes dating again. Chapa noted in early September she was seeing someone else.
“I know people deal with things different and I’m not gonna sit in my room and cry over what happened,” she wrote. “I was heartbroken but I’m not gonna be single for the rest of my life … she’s in my heart but I needed something else. I wanted a girl to be there for me and understand what I’m going through.”
Chapa is still recovering in a rehabilitation facility while police await more leads that will provide more answers and justice for Chapa and her family. Dozens of leads were called in early on in the case but have since dwindled down to few.
“I love that people pray for me,” she wrote. “I really think that’s why I’m recovering so fast.”
Portland Police Chief Randy Wright has previously said that no evidence existed to lead police to believe the shooting was a hate crime.
The suspect is described as a white male in his 20s, 5 feet, 8 inches tall with a thin build, weighing 140 pounds, with brown hair and a scruffy beard.
North Texans have helped raise money for a reward for information.
Anyone with information should call the Portland Police Department at 361-777-4444. Reports may be made anonymously.