UPDATE: Three shot on Easter Morning

SOUTH PULASKI COUNTY (KATV) - Delana Head said she was asleep with her granddaughter when she heard gunshots going off inside her house.{} Not soon after, her son and his girlfriend rushed into her bedroom and the gunman followed after them. "I said, 'Get out of my house!{} What are you doing?'" recounted Head to reporters at the scene. That's what Head yelled at Jason Lee Vance, 35 of Little Rock, the man who she says shot her son and her son's girlfriend - the man who she says is the girlfriend's stalker. "All I know is that guy's been stalking this girl for a long time and she's had an order of protection against him," said Head. According to Head, it supposedly started when her son and girlfriend went to the car to get something out of the trunk. "When they opened it up that guy popped out of the car," said Head. Head's son, Gary Carter, and girlfriend Jessica Upchurch, ran inside according to Head and allegedly Vance came after them.{} Head said Vance shot her son in the hand, Upchurch in the leg and in the process, Upchurch fired back at Vance.{} Upchurch and Carter ran into Head's bedroom and when Vance followed Head yelled at him. "And I don't know if maybe he realized that he was out of it or something, but I guess he turned around and started going back out of the house," said Head. Vance apparently ran from Head's trailer at 721 Metsy Lane to the trailer at the end of Metsy Lane where Pulaski County Sheriff's deputies found him.{} All three involved in the shooting were transported to area hospitals.{} Investigators spent the majority of the day combing the scene for evidence.{} Certainly not an easter Head had hoped for. "I thought, well I didn't wake up for Easter yet did I?" recounted Head.{} "It was just waking up to a bunch of noise and racket." Vance was last known to be in critical condition with an officer guarding his bedside.{} He faces two first degree battery charges with possibly more charges to come.